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The two had met, when Carlos, now 88, was barely three years old, in Alta Gracia, a small village in the mountains in Cordoba province, where the Guevara family had moved to facilitate asthma treatment for their child by Calica’s father, a renowned doctor. On the eve of the 50th ednesto anniversary of Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara, his friend Carlos Ferrer, or Calica, in an interview with EFE recalled their journey together through South America and how it changed his life and molded the character of the iconic Argentinian revolutionary.
Years later, looking more for work than adventure, the young men left for Venezuela, hitching rides on passing trucks, enjoying the luxury of a bed with clean linen “once or twice, and by chance.
Inwhen Calica was 24 – one year younger than Che – both of them traveled through Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador, surviving on very little money. The two separated in Ecuador when Carlos was calicq a job with a local football team, and Che carried on toward the north, along a path dr would finally lead him to Fidel Castro. Ferrer’s first reaction to the news of Che’s death was chs and he could only accept it when the Cuban government confirmed the news.
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Ferrer believes the legacy of Che lives on especially among leftist governments that have proliferated in Latin America in recent times. Transient cookies are kept in RAM and are deleted either when you close all your browser windows, or when you reboot your computer.
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