Barrio Fundadores Our school. The yellow is conspicuous.Local staff accompany a preschooler to the sports field.Donkeys are the transport of choice for banana sellers.The kids who don’t walk to school come by moto.Local empanada seller. Cooked in hot oil on a charcoal fire.This is one of the many paths that wind between the different houses. Fiona arrives at school in the morning, trailed by one of the students.The view out of the school window. When it’s windy, it’s the bricks that keep the roof in place.A typical hillside of houses.If snowmen seem out of place in a New Zealand Christmas, they do all the more so in a Colombian desert. In March.Kids hang out waiting for the school to be unlocked. Making mischief, probably.Stopping to say hello to the local giant rodent en route to sports day.Classic street scene. Spot the giant rodent.A view out over Fundadores.