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A taxi pulls up to "La Noche" brothel on San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos one night to take a patron home after his evening with one of the prostitutes. Each prostitute has an average of 30 clients in a week at "La Noche," but at other brothels on the mainland, she can have 30 clients in one night. Kathryn Carlson/reesenews

Violeta, a prostitute at "La Noche" Brothel on San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos, covers her face to protect her true identity while sitting beneath a mosquito net in her bedroom. Prostitution is legal in Ecuador, and the girls that enter into the business are given a license to work as a prostitute within the country. Kathryn Carlson/reesenews

Violeta, 26, props against a wall while waiting for her shift to begin in "La Noche" Brothel on San Cristobal Island in the Galapagos. Violeta has worked as a prostitute for the last five years, sometimes sleeping with 30 men in one night. Kathryn Carlson/reesenews

Carmen Amelia and Pedro Pablo rest in the main room of their home on San Cristobal, in the Galapagos Islands. The photos on the wall give a glimpse into their long marriage. Carolyn Van Houten/reesenews

Carmen Amelia Alvarez, 89, was born and raised on San Cristobal, Galapagos Islands. She has been married to her husband, Pedro Pablo, for 72 years and still own her father's farm in the highlands. Carolyn Van Houten/reesenews

Carolyn Stotts and Steven King prepares to interview with Nicolas Balon on coffee in the Galapagos Islands.

Pat Davison uses a 360-degree video camera on Playa Mann, San Cristobal in the Galapagos Islands. Carolyn Van Houten/reesenews

Pat Davison takes photos of students while hanging from the back of a speeding taxi on the way to Playa Mann and GAIAS on the Galapagos Islands. Carolyn Van/reesenews

Angel Quimi, of San Cristóbal, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador, waits to lower the anchor of his boat near "Leon Dormido," or, "Kicker Rock." The rock is a prime destination for divers visiting the Islands, and Quimi, a divemaster, takes groups of snorkelers and divers there almost daily. Julia Wall/reesenews

Angel Quim, of San Cristóbal, Galápagos Islands, Ecuador, prepares to lead divers on a check dive to test their skills under water before taking them to Kicker Rock, a popular dive spot right off the coast of the island. Quimi is a former fisherman who decided to leave his dangerous career and become a divemaster in 2000. Julia Wall/reesenews

Ashley Blue, Carolyn Stotts, and Carolyn Van Houten stand on Playa Mann, Galapagos, with their coach Steven King. Rachel Dennis/reesenews

Julia Wall takes a video of Galapagos children jumping off of the shipping dock on San Cristobal. Carolyn Van Houten/reesenews

Nicolas Balon, manager of La Hacienda el Cafetal in San Cristobal, stops on his daily drive through the coffee plantation to talk business with one of his workers. "Coffee is my life!" says Balon, who has worked for the plantation for more than 15 years. Carolyn Stotts/reesenews