El Otro Lado (slideshow)

In just about every ski town in the United States, Mexican immigrants cook your food, build your vacation house, and clean your hotel. But what you know about them usually ends there. <br><i>Photos by Joshua Paul</i> <br><strong><a href="http://www.skinet.com/ski/resorts/2009/08/el-otro-lado-the-other-side"><span style="color: blue;"><span style="text-decoration: underline;"> Read the full story.</span></span></a></strong>
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El Otro Lado: The Other Side

In just about every ski town in the United States, Mexican immigrants cook your food, build your vacation house, and clean your hotel. But what you know about them usually ends there.

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