DescriptionAn itinerant Circus on the almost abandoned village of Wadley in the Mexican altiplano desert in San Luis Potosi. This itinerant circus charges 20 pesos for an adult and 10 pesos for a kid, about 2 and 1 dollars respectively. It goes from town to town, one week after another, all the sound equipment and the circus itself is carried on this old buses. The circus is owned and worked by a single extended family, eight persons, including some three kids, act, charge the entrance, sell fried food, and control the sound sistem. The life is harsh and unstable when acting for towns as small as these when, in a good night, all the town kids may attend the show, some 30 or 40 children as little as a school room.