25th of February, Cúcuta, Colombia. Miguel Torres and his family, in total 8 persons, left Caracas the evening before. The youngest in Torres´ group is his son Luciano, one and half year old. The oldest is his father, Cerefino, 42 years old. Torres and his group are queuing at the headquarters of a Protestant church in Cúcuta where Venezuelan migrants receive a warm meal for free. Most of these Venezuelans waiting for a warm meal on the Colombian side commute. They cross the border bridge in the morning and go back in the afternoon. The Catholic church and other humanitarian aid organizations hand out each day 6000 free meals to Venezuelan migrants at this refectory in Cúcuta. One of three Venezuelan children they attend at the refectory suffers from malnutrition, said the administrator. A Venezuelan street vendor is selling Venezuelan products on a market in Cúcuta. They decided to flee Venezuela because they suffered from hunger, Torres said. Back home in Caracas, he earned 20.000 Bolívares a month. A bag of milk cost the double of that. Torres and his family spent their savings on the bus tickets from Caracas to the border. They intend to march 950 kilometers to the Colombian city of Calí.