Monthly Archives: November 2013

Colombia: Thought-Provoking, Inspiring and Worrying

Tomorrow I finish my Especializacion en Resolucion de Conflictos, a course pretty much the equivalent of an MA which has found me pouring over material about Colombia, inspiring me to continue writing, recording interviews and striving forward with projects here. … Continue reading

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Should I Start Charging a Consulting Fee?

Where the author mulls over whether he should start charging a consulting fee for his knowledge and services in Colombia. I get contacted a great deal, it’s of my doing of course, the blogs, the radio show, the hotel, the … Continue reading

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A Different Look at Colombia: The City Paper

As my first installment as a columnist for the City Paper, Bogota I started out with a piece in November entitled: “A Different Look at Colombia” detailing some of the perennial issues affecting Colombia as we approach the madness that … Continue reading

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Urban Graffiti Alive and Kicking in Popayan!

Followers of this blog will be well aware of my liking for graffiti and given the opportunity I will snap away missing all the “important” tourist attractions when I go on a break. I am happy to report that the … Continue reading

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