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Life on the Streets Of Guanacaste, Costa Rica

QCOSTARICA by Ariana Crespo ( Waking up in bed, showering, eating breakfast, going to work, having a hot meal for dinner, going to sleep and waking up again. This is a reality that we consider normal, but if you pay attention, in the streets of cities like Nicoya, Santa Cruz or Liberia, there are other realities. There, on the sidewalks in front of churches, on park benches or in vacant lots, are the homeless.
On Christmas day, after spending day and night drinking and walking around Nicoya city, “gemelo” asks for some colones before going to sleep. Photo by Ariana Crespo
What is daily life like for these people? Who are they? Do they have families?
For several days, photojournalist Ariana Crespo interviewed and photographed five people who

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