Monthly Archives: January 2014

The Mompos to Bogota Oddyssey

All too often I am found writing about Colombia’s poor infrastructure and with a particular reference to my travels in and around the region of Mompos, but, this last journey back to Bogota was nothing short of an Odyssey. This … Continue reading

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New Levels of Acceptance in Mompos: Meeting my Godson

Over the years of blogging and freelancing I have frequently made mention of the levels of acceptance that the inhabitants of the town of Mompos have shown to me. Some time ago I spoke of Sonia, the smiling lady who … Continue reading

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The Real Heroes of Mompos

Much is made of my adopted home town with her Andaluz style architecture so delicately balanced parallel to the Brazo de MompĆ³s branch of the Magdalena River, the bats swooping down low beneath street lamps as darkness falls, geckos scurrying … Continue reading

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