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    This is a diary Alberto Granado kept during a seven month road trip with Ernesto Guevara in 1952 They started out in Buenos Aires crossed over to Chile and worked their way up the Pacific coast of South America then into the and eventually up to Caracas Venezuela Although they did manage to have a lot of fun this wasn't a lark like you'd expect from two buddies in their twenties They had specific goals of observing social injustice and ca

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    If you're looking for a glimpse into the making of Che Guevara then this is arguably the best option even so than Che's own documentation of this journey in his Motorcycle DiariesHowever this is by no means a political wo

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    Traveling with Che Guevara is the diary written by Alberto Granado while on his journey across South America alongside Ernesto 'Che' Guevara for whom this journey would mark the beginning of his transformation into a revolutionary 'The Motorcycle Diaries' is the diary written by Che and should most likely be read first However Tra

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    Che Guevara's companion Alberto Granado who was junior doctor and Guevara who was a medical student travelled South American educating prpfessional leprologists about new preventative actions in controlling the

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    Bicycles were the preferred mode of transportation in Anne Mustoe's pilgrimage in Amber Furs and Cockleshells Bike Rides with Pilgrims and Merchants and in the cross country ride shown in Tim Cope's and Chris Hatherly's Off The Rail

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    Alberto Granado’s diary of his 7 month trip across South America with Ernesto before he was “Che” Guevara

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    It was a good read of a young man's big dream trip diary Not just because of his good job done on recording the scenery people event and thoughts on the way It was about his companion Che Guevara and about the bea

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    Two sides of a coinHeads refer to beautiful fertile rich with minerals South American landscapesTails mean western or elitist exploitation of those resources that leave the natives in poverty Seeing Heads always dominating the tail

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    Alberto Granado's account of the South American road trip he made with Ernesto Guevara I read it in tandem with Ernesto's book and was struck by the different approaches Alberto is much serious reflective and it's interesting to see how the two

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    Naturally after reading The Motorcycle Diaries I had to pick up Alberto Grenado’s diary account of the trip which is hugely underrated yet offers an additional insight into Che Guevara and Alberto’s friendship as well as commen

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REVIEW Ø WIKIWEBDIR.CO.UK Ö Alberto Granado

Ernesto y Alberto recorren Argentina Chile Perú Colombia y Venezuela En el camino descubren la pobreza y la exp. This is a diary Alberto Granado kept during a seven month road trip with Ernesto Guevara in 1952 They started out in Buenos Aires crossed over to Chile and worked their way up the Pacific coast of South America then into the and eventually up to Caracas Venezuela Although they did manage to have a lot of fun this wasn t a lark like you d expect from two buddies in their twenties They had specific goals of observing social injustice and caring for lepers They traveled with almost no money and had to rely on the generosity and good will of the people they met along the way Sometimes they went days without food and often had nowhere to sleepAlberto was an MD and Ernesto was a doctor in training so they visited several leprosariums for extended stays caring for the patients and observing how the places were operated Both had a strong desire for social change so they also visited several mining operations and other industries to observe how the local people were being exploited to fatten Yankee wallets It s interesting as an American to see capitalism described so unflatteringly but it really is exploitation Millions of peons slaving away so a limited few can be obscenely rich Too bad the other systems are no betterThis was pretty interesting for amateur travel writing that was not originally intended for publication The second half was interesting I especially liked the part where they traveled down the They built a raft and floated it like a couple of Argentinian Huck Finns

REVIEW Con el Che por Sudamérica

Con el Che por Sudamérica

Lotación en la ue viven la mayor parte de las poblaciones de América Y su espíritu va cambiando frente a esa. Che Guevara s companion Alberto Granado who was junior doctor and Guevara who was a medical student travelled South American educating prpfessional leprologists about new preventative actions in controlling the spread of leprosy Most of the time their presence and guidance was appreciated Not always Once they were kicked out of their accommodations for educating the experienced dcotr in the field Oh well On to other adventuresInteresting side note Che Guevara cae from a middle class family I wonder why they never got allergy shots Seems that the connection between allergies and asthama was not as commonly known as nowJust like the leprologists didn t ways know and mostly were willing to try now preventative measuresRead this book for my What does it Mean to be Hispanic reading thread Political revolt is an important aspect of any group s history So I wanted to see how Che Guevara became Che Che Guevara

REVIEW Ø WIKIWEBDIR.CO.UK Ö Alberto Granado

Realidad De los despreocupados jóvenes ue emprenden el viaje llegan al final dos hombres con un futuro más cla. It was a good read of a young man s big dream trip diary Not just because of his good job done on recording the scenery people event and thoughts on the way It was about his companion Che Guevara and about the beautiful and mystic western of Latin America It inspired me a lot for a tour there myselfChe Guevara of course has been a controversial political figure He is the symbol of Latin American forever young rebelling revolutionary Also he was accused as a radical ideologist a guerrilla fighter and a cold blooded executor I think the CIA did a good job criminalizing him This dairy serves well as a profile description of how this medical student keen sportsman and widely read intellect was shaped into a fighter for others to undo the injustice of foreign exploitation and dictatorship The world he saw changed him thus he then changed the worldAfter reading this book I also watched several documentaries on Che s biography and one movie Cuba about his involvement in Cuba revolution He was truly an extraordinary person His words are still pondering in my thought The true revolution is guided by love love of humanity justice and truth Without the love it is never an authentic revolution