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Traveling to Laya Sando Guinea we stopped for lunch at a unnamed village (Not on a map), this village helped change my perspective of life. When our truck stopped, children of all ages and sizes came running to surround us. When we got off the truck the children reached out and touched us, they were giggling, laughing and their excitement were infectious. As it turned out we were the first white person they have ever seen.

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Traveling to Laya Sando Guinea we stopped for lunch at a unnamed village (Not on a map), this village helped change my perspective of life. When our truck stopped, children of all ages and sizes came running to surround us. When we got off the truck the children reached out and touched us, they were giggling, laughing and their excitement were infectious. As it turned out we were the first white person they have ever seen.

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