Rosa Cabarcas Shop
This is located at the front of a brothel.
The narrator gives this as a gift to the girl.
This is where the narrator leaves messages for the girl.
The narrator sells these items for money.
The narrator owns a valuable collection of these items.
This makes the narrator appear rich.
This building is visible from the narrator's home.
The narrator refused to sell these over the years.
El Diario de la Paz
This is the newspaper for whom the narrator works.
This is where the narrator would frequent brothels in his youth.
San Nicolas Park
This place is where the narrator lives in his family home.
Great Magdalena River
This landmark is visible from the narrator's home.
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