The Island of Youth: memorable journalistic coverage (+ Photos)Publicado: mayo 22, 2020
By Lázaro David Najarro Pujol
May, 2020.- The Island of Pines, Cuba, (the island of a thousand names), is the site of my most beautiful memories. The first visit was made when I was barely 14 years old, when I was crewing, as a seagoing practitioner of the Carlos Adán Valdés Fishing School in Havana del Este, the number 79 pretty ship.
Since then, my links with what is today the Special Island of Youth municipality began. Sixteen years later, after graduating in July 1983 as a journalist from the University of the East and returning from a trip to the Czech Republic, I decided to reside in Nueva Gerona, the city whose streets are covered with cobblestones and marble fragments.
In the extensive tour of Czechoslovakia (October 1983), I was part of a youth delegation in which the Pinera representation was not lacking. Immediately I established a friendship with the dreamy and fantasy Clara Álvarez, a journalist for Radio Caribe. I discussed my plans to travel to the Island. (Leer más en esta entrada)