New Internationalist

The Daily Cycle

October 1986

new internationalist
issue 164 - October 1986

The DAILY CYCLE
Illustrations: Clive Offley
When parents must scrape a living on the streets, what happens
to the children? They often come along too. A typical day for market
vendors in Lima, Peru, revolves around their tricyclo, a barrow on
three wheels. At different times of the day it is a van, a market
stall, a kitchen table, a living room and the family car.

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