CURACAO, Venezuela (AP) Cristal and Maria Elena Cascalli wore a pair of waist trainers as they took the long walk to the train station at the heart of Venezuela.
Maria Elena wore a black-and-white sweater with a white and red flower on it.
The pair made their way to the front of the train car to meet the train.
Maria wore a long black jacket and a white sweater.
They arrived at the train to a large crowd of train passengers, who cheered them on.
They also met several train passengers.
Maria said the train was crowded because the Cascalla family had arrived from Puerto Rico.
“The train was full of Venezuelans,” she said.
“But the passengers are very nice.
They’re very respectful.”
Maria said she is working with a trainer in Caracas.
The Cascallis’ trip to Caracas was not her first to Venezuela.
In September, Maria was traveling with her brother, Cristal, to the country.
They stopped at the city of Caracas for a meal.
Cristal also made a stop at a train station in the city, where he met a family of people who wanted to buy Christmas cards for their children.
The family also wanted to have a dinner party for them.
The next day, Maria and Cristal were on their way back to Puerto Rico to be with the family.
Maria Cascal, left, and her brother Cristal in Caracol.
Cascalli, who is married with two children, was traveling from Puerto Vallarta to Caracolicas, Puerto Rico, where she met a group of people.
The Cascalls said they plan to stay in Caraca for two weeks before traveling to Puerto Vallaya, where Maria will spend Christmas with her mother and sister.