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Travel and People Series – Kids of Sapa.

Kids of Sapa.

Kids of Sapa.

Kids of Sapa. They might be poor. They might be messy and dirty. Their clothes might be in tatters. But their determination to eke out a living from the tourists and their “never-give-up” attitude is a sight to behold. How can you not give in to their demand when they asked you to buy some souvenirs from them? How can you say “NO” to such faces of hope and perseverance? And they DID NOT BEG! I couldn’t. And I gave in. And I did it happily.

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  1. That is great. I always like to help the poor kids out also.

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