An estimate of 500.000 Central American migrants cross Mexico every year on their way to the United States. The National Human Rights Commission of Mexico reported that in 2009 nearly 10.000 migrants were kidnapped in this country by gangs. On the long journey that migrants take, around 5.000 km, they also suffer robbery, rape, hunger and adverse climate before they get to the Mexico/U.S. border. I travelled from Honduras to Arizona following the migrant trails and collecting interviews and photographs with migrants along my journey (Sept-Oct 2010).