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Enough is enough and I have decided to try to catalogue homelessness and addiction that surrounds us everywhere and in every neighbourhood here in Bogotá. As regular visitors to this blog will know, I am regularly out walking my dog … Continue reading
Help our city, help Bogota! Think of her when you are voting on June 15 in the second round of the presidential elections. Demand a political manifesto from the two candidates, there are 20 days left and we still don’t … Continue reading
Sunday was one of those glorious Bogotá days when the high altitude crisp air complimented the city’s Cerros Orientales and ordinarily, everyone and their dog would be out enjoying it all on the ciclovia. Alas no, the ciclovia was suspended … Continue reading
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The hysteria is dying down somewhat, the phone calls and emails drawn in and resulting from rudimentary google searches for Ayahuasca or Yage have now ceased to find my blog. But I remain pensive. A family in Bristol will still … Continue reading