It’s easy to rent a motorcycle in Peru, unlike in the United States where liability fears have made this almost impossible. On the other hand, I would not want to drive a car let alone a motorcycle in Peru. These two facts may well be related – I will let you work out the model.
It would have suited my biases to report that the only Che Guevara T-shirts I have seen were on tourists. But while this may be true in the cities it is not true in the countryside where it is easy to spot El Comandante. Guevara spoke to the people and they are still listening.
My tour guide, an Andean, had nothing good to say about the Spanish. Combine this with the last fact and we see that Peru continues to be deeply divided along racial lines, regardless of how much one hears about mestizo.