Monthly Archives: March 2015

A Preview of the Graffiti at Bogotá’s Universidad Pedagógica

There are times when one wonders if any students do indeed actually hit the books at Bogotá’s Universidad Pedagógica. As a national public university, the alumni of this prestigious institution receive classes from some of the best teachers around. But, … Continue reading

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West of the Avenida Caracas

Recently I had the good fortune of interviewing someone for my weekly radio show who was bold enough to write the statement on her blog page about the stark reality that most websites: “sugarcoat life in Colombia and, from young … Continue reading

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The Glory of the Unpretentious Bogota Eatery

While guidebooks and fluff websites expound Bogotá’s growth, cosmopolitan atmosphere and the city’s now ample variety of international restaurants, bistros, bars and cafes, it is time to remember and applaud the glory of the unpretentious Bogotá eatery. Acting on a … Continue reading

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Jumping on the Bandwagon #ustednosabequiénsoyyo

I am loath to jump on the bandwagon and having strained against my better judgment to write something about the brutal murder of the four children in Caquetá some weeks ago, today’s news is too much in that I have … Continue reading

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