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Two men playing pool made phone calls then walked to the far side of the almost empty room.
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E-mail this to a friend Printable version. In and around the city there are hundreds of brothels, incongruous from the outside - in Whores La Plata streets, at the bottom of dirt roads - often only recognisable by a straggly array of coloured light-bulbs or a barely visible name.
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Susana asked if she could talk to one of the girls in private and after five minutes returned.
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