Monthly Archives: June 2014

A Letter to Uruguay

Dear Uruguay, I feel the need to apologise for the rabid and ferocious response to Luisito’s bite by our free press. Yes, perhaps they have reacted in an overzealous fashion unbecoming of gentlemen. But, I suppose we can argue that … Continue reading

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The Lourdes Bogota Explosion: Update

Yesterday’s explosion in Lourdes Bogotá has left us reflecting on how much damage could have actually occurred if it had taken place half an hour later when the hundreds of commuters leaving the Transmilenio at Calle 63 and walking home … Continue reading

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Bomb in Lourdes Park

There’s nothing like it. I have felt earthquakes, lived through a mild volcanic eruption, hurricanes and other natural phenomena, but, until you have felt the rush of air, until your windows have momentarily looked as they were bending, the pressure … Continue reading

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Colombia 2 – 1 Ivory Coast: Euphoria in Bogota

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Goals from James Rodriguez and Juan Fernando Quintero were enough for Colombia to edge out the Ivory Coast in a closely contested top of the table Group C clash in Brasilia today creating a state of euphoria in Bogota. And … Continue reading

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