Agricultural Unemployment

During previous agricultural unemployment (May 2008) he traveled to Lima for academic reasons, already back on Sunday, may 25 bed bus that came comfortably resting, stopped, the minutes passed were 2 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 4 a.m. and the bus in question remained in Huarmey, suddenly began the March at great speed – nobody explained nothingness-at 7 a.m. we were entering the tunnel of Coishko and note that about thirty police retreating swift at porta-tropas trucks and others of the transit police apuraban in back out to a dozen or more than buses, which rapidly advancing heading north, we recently learned that the road was blocked, that unemployment was of peasants and was indefinite, so without thinking twice a group of thirty citizens between men and women undertook the journey reach Trujillo – as it is-; around 11 a.m. the first cab we drank, claimed us SA 10 (to be added) and left us to Santa entradita, a rain of stones welcomed us (here kill me -I thought) – but the rain was against the Tico, us treated us well we were only asked 5 soles for common pot! We are going through all the people, people stood on their doors, on their sidewalks, it seemed a day of celebration, even the dogs were glad; Finally we continue walking between barricades, which stood at the entrance of each hamlet, I counted three, every place I had to leave one or two Suns by citizen, so reach Guadalupita (had already travelled 6 Km!) would be like 3 o’clock in the afternoon – nobody thought in lunch – not had mobility as had told us! The swift undertook the long walk through the desert without food or water, Coscomba – others decided to wait some mobility in efectocomo at 4 p.m. a dilapidated pickup truck appeared as fifteen we got her so desperately that the driver got scared and didn’t want to help us so we had to resort to forceful argument of 10 soles per head and the guy accepted, at 6 p.m. .

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