The bullring performances of these short-figured athletes have become itinerant traveling shows throughout Mexico.
Children deliver roadside assistance on Peru's steep mountain paths, bringing car parts, helping to push a vehicle or conducting rescue operations in exchange for a few coins.
As a Superman-for-hire, Mr. Chávez averages US $160 per month- just enough for food and shelter in Peru’s capital.
This is no political rally, no carnival nor religious pilgrimage. This rumbling caravan of cars, bikes and people is a funeral.
In Venezuela remains one of the world's strangest and most picturesque of holy courts: la Corte Malandra, or Thug Court.
I sharpen your knives! Come, come! Baratico.