If you go up Luis Cordero to where it crosses Las Americas, the name of the street changes to Abelardo J. Andrade. One block further, there is a traffic light at a 5-way intersection. Take a hard right at the light onto Cumana. The road widens dramatically for half a block and then quickly narrows again. Just before it narrows, look to your right and see a big brightly-colored umbrella shading a food cart, usually in the middle of a small crowd of locals. There you will find Adrian Chicaiza, an industrious young man who has for two years been…
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