Various people who live near Hernan said he is a very hard working person. He has been separated from his wife for the last six years. He is currently single. For the past two years he has been working in Puerto Villarroel. He earns an income by fishing. He has a small fishing boat with an outboard motor, which he bought secondhand. He wakes up very early in the morning, to go up river, where he is able to catch the best fish and later sells them in town. He lives with his two sons, but it should be noted that his sons are both married and independent. He is very happy to be living with his grand children, but he works hard to be able to provide a better quality of life to his family. He needs to make improvements to his work tools, which will allow him to catch more fish.
El señor Hernan es una persona muy trabajadora indican varias personas de su zona, el esta separado hace mas de seis años de su pareja, actualmente vive solo, hace dos años que él trabaja en la localidad de puerto villarroel, se dedica a la pesca, cuenta con un pequeño barquito de pesca con un motor fuera de borda que se compro de segunda mano, él se levanta a muy tempranas horas por la mañana para ir a rio arriba y así poder pescar los mejores peces y poder comercializarlos en el pueblo, vive con sus dos hijos, cabe señalar que sus hijos son personas casadas e independientes, él es muy feliz alado de sus nietos pero él se esmera para tratar de llevar una vida mejor junto a su familia, el necesita mejorar sus herramientas de trabajo y así mejorar su desempeño en la pesca
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