My English translation from the original of Che Guevara's Motorcycle Diaries where he describes an encounter with a dolphin. This passage has not been included in English translations of the text.
I was hitting the Venezuelan rum hard with my comrade Alberto. A veil of softness came down upon my visions as we walked to the Tucuxi village, the red setting sun mingling sensuously with green Amazonian jungle.
The young, bare-chested Tucuxi boy, Arauquito, told us of how the Yanqui Imperialists came and took the women of the village. No one knows what became of them. We drank more rum, and as night fell all became a blur. Arauquito took us to the river, where the dolphins who became their lovers dwelled. Glances of soft, grey flesh pierced the water, reflecting the moonlight; flicks of spray were dashed by tails.
They were flirting with us, Arauquito, now naked, explained. The water was warm, it washed over me and Alberto like the silk of a woman's nightgown. I thought of Arauquito and the Imperialists who took his woman, as a dolphin brushed against my skin. Arauquito, already thrashing in the water, entwined with a deep grey figure, slowed and looked across at me. Sensing my apprehension, he nodded his permission.
I stripped off my shorts, and gently pulled my aquatic lover into the shallows until she was lying on her side. Her belly facing towards me, half submerged in the water. I nestled myself belly to belly against her, and pressed my member against her sex. She immediately arched her body against mine, and took me inside her body, initiating a quick series of muscular contractions with her muscles. I wrapped my left arm around her body and just held her close while she manipulated me inside her body, until I climaxed barely 2 minutes later. Surprisingly, her body also shuddered against mine, and we spent the next 5 or so minutes just lying together in the shallows, holding each other, enjoying our company and revelling in the fact that we had shared something special together, something very few people can claim to have done, and something the Yanqui running dogs can never take away from us...