“What do we leave behind when we cross each frontier? Each moment seems split in two; melancholy for what was left behind and the excitement of entering a new land” ~ Ernesto ‘Ché’ Guevara
“The Motorcycle Diaries (Spanish: Diarios de motocicleta) is an autobiographical book by Che Guevara about his travels through South America with his friend Alberto Granado on a 1939 Norton 500 motorcycle. Born into an upper middle class family, this was Guevara’s first expedition around Latin America. In the book, he details the role and life of the indigenous peasantry throughout Latin America, including mine workers and persecuted communists fleeing their homes. The book ends with a declaration by Che of his willingness to fight and die for the cause of the proletariat in Latin America. Many people talk about the Che, some regard him as a hero, others as a bloody revolutionary, either ways, it’s a shame that I know about him from what people are saying (or from his famous picture), I HAVE to read the book…
como junto a ti seguimos
y con Fidel te decimos:
!Hasta siempre, Comandante!