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DOWNLOAD È Diarios de motocicleta: notas de viaje por América Latina î In January 1952 two young men from Buenos Aires set out to explore South America on an ancient Norton motorbike The journey lasted six months and took them thousands of miles all the way from Argentina to Venezuela En route there was disasteMour and pathos of the tale there are examples of his idealism and his solidarity with the poor and the oppressed But it is far from being the diary of a militant and sometimes very far from being “political correct” which may be the reason that the manuscript has only been made available now a uarter century after Che‘s death in the Bolivian jungle Instead it is a record kept by an exuberant intelligent and observant 23 year old describing what might have been the adventure of a lifetime had his lifetime not turned into a much greater adventur. يجورايي م

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Ell off the motorbike Both of them kept diaries One of them was a tall and good looking medical student called Ernest Guevara de la Serna Using the standard Argentinean nickname others would sometimes refer to the two companions as Big Che and Little Che In Ernesto‘s case the nickname stuck Within a decade the whole world would know Che Guevara This is the story of that remarkable journey eight years before the Cuban Revolution in Che‘s own words and illustrated with contemporary photographs For Che it was a formative experience and amidst the hu. There's a lot to

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Diarios de motocicleta notas de viaje por América LatinaIn January 1952 two young men from Buenos Aires set out to explore South America on an ancient Norton motorbike The journey lasted six months and took them thousands of miles all the way from Argentina to Venezuela En route there was disasters and discoveries high drama low comedy fights parties and a lot of serious drinking They met an extraordinary range of people native indians and copper miners lepers police wanderers and tourists They became stowaways firemen and football coaches and joined in a strike They sometimes fell in love and freuently f. I have always bee