By Heidi Calderon. (Taken form her blog)
The call has always been made. The eastern lying city of Holguín holds yearly, from May 2 to 8, a May Pilgrimage challenging economic budgets. Lead vehemently by Alexis Triana, president of the organizing committee, it has been made possible people speak not only of pilgrins but also of world artistic youths.
Capacity to bring back old traditions and forge new rites grants part of the success. The rest goes, maybe, on the will to turn action into a flag as the best speech.
The May Pilgrimage goes on gathering, under the same concept, every spring, the will to dream ann the invitation for men to come down their ivory towers.