The Fastest Yet the Oddest Way to Go to School

School children in Colombia (*fixed) have to ride zip lines suspended 1330-feet about the Rio Negro to school everyday. In addition to farmers using it to transport goods, “the 12 steel cables that connect one side of the valley to the other are the only access to the outside world” that a handful of families have.


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