Fernando currently works from 11.00am to 12.00am every day in the streets of Guayaquil. He has a lot of aspirations to keep working and, for this reason, he works every day. In the future, he has aspirations to improve himself but, for now, he would like to fix up his house, buying blocks and cement. He is thinking, in the not-too-distant future, of buying a bus and becoming a member of a drivers' cooperative.
En la actualidad trabaja desde las 11h00am hasta las 12h00pm todos los días recorriendo las calles de Guayaquil. Tiene muchas aspiraciones para seguir trabajando por eso está trabajando todos los días.
En el futuro tiene muchas aspiraciones de superación pero por ahora quiere arreglar su casa comprando bloques, cemento. Tiene pensado en un tiempo no muy lejano comprar un bus para ingresarlo a una cooperativa.
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