“If god exists, he lunches at the table of the boss” (could be referring to President Correa)
“Extinction is near, but you can fly”
“Weed cures cancer” (demonstrably untrue, but carry on)
“Smoke one…I already smoked one… Smoke another!”
“We can live without gold, but not without water” and “Live free”
Anarchy symbol on the main church door
“Punk isn’t dead, it’s partying”
“Unity for the revolution and socialism”
“Uncover the memory” (I don’t know what that means, or what the toilet plunger signifies)
“I already voted, now how do I free myself?”
“Grow, believe, create yourself…it’s not metaphorical, it’s literal”
“Without poetry, there is no city”
Wow, that Spanish class really worked, eh?
Yep! Well, I got help on some of the phrases.
Very interesting, very powerful. Thanks for sharing!!! Hugs and kisses, Dana and Ted Calhoon
Glad you enjoyed it! Hello from Peru!
That rooster image keeps popping up throughout them — I wonder what’s up what that!
Yeah, I’m not sure!
How interesting, Lisa, that this “urban wall art” is in Ecuador (and more of South America?) – it is also all over the western European countries. I was on a walking tour In both Lisbon and Paris which had us spotting such art. Great fun!
Thanks, as always, for including us in your marvelous travels and experiences!
Yes, I do think that wherever there are politically engaged college students, there is a lot of street art expressing those views. So what does that say about the lack of such stuff in EL…
el primer grafo no hace referencia al presidente Correa, es una crítica al enriquecimiento de la iglesia.
Thanks for clarifying!
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