Severe weather, culture clashes, hunger: Venezuelan migrants' perilous journey to Chile

The final stretch on a harsh and sometimes deadly journey by foot to Santiago: Venezuelan migrants trek on a mountain road crossing the high-altitude Chilean Altiplano and the Atacama Desert, considered the driest place on earth. The migrants face not only severe weather, but also a "culture clash" with local populations, who have seen "inhuman" images of children "crying with hunger" as they arrive at dawn in a town on the Chile-Bolivia border. Former civil servant Anyier, her 14-year-old daughter and 26-year-old Reinaldo embark on a trying, painful journey to the Chilean capital, setting off from a Caracas suburb with just 350 US dollars and a backpack with bare essentials.