The Motorcycle Diaries: Notes on a Latin American Journey - Chapters 29 - 31 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 29 - 31 Summary and Analysis

"Homeland for the Victor" continues to comment on the former capital of the Inca Empire, but Cuzco no longer holds the title "Navel of the World" as it once did. The Indians have lost their identities, their language, and the capital of Peru is now Lima. The cathedral in the center of the city is beautiful. Che notes that Catholicism has been fused with the "enigmatic" soul of the true Andean peoples. He suggests that people visit the Basilica of San Blas.

"Cuzco Straight" continues the Cuzco commentary. Alberto and Che live there for two weeks and continued to live as hobos. They are able to meet with Dr. Hermosa; he knew Dr. Fernandez, who Alberto had worked with. He takes them on a tour of the Valley of the Incas and finds them train tickets to Machu Picchu...

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