Three years in a row crossing Africa and clown to steal the children's smile. This has been the life of Álvaro Neil, Asturian by birth, during the last three years.
It is called the biciclown. A few years ago he left the notary where he worked. As he says, "just as some are born ministers, others are born clowns." So he put on his red nose and grabbed the bicycle. First for a couple of years, he shot for a good part of America doing free shows in the most marginalized areas with the minimum budget.
He has now been in Africa for three years in a row, with four consecutive malaries and a lot of children delivered to the simplicity of a smile.
On your personal page you can take a look at its route, contemplate photographs, learn how it is organized and travels on its trips.