Monthly Archives: December 2015

Rain Alone Cannot Solve our Water Crisis

We need rain say the people in Bogotá. We need rain say the people in Santander. We need rain say the people in Bolivar. We need water say the people in Mompos. El Nino is to blame. The outgoing Mayor … Continue reading

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the Accidental Journalist

The Accidental Journalist Richard McColl is a formally trained Anglo-Canadian journalist born and raised in London, England. His parents saw the importance in travel as education and his early years were punctuated with lengthy stints abroad for both vacation purposes … Continue reading

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Bogota Stereotype No2: The Bicinazi

Don’t even get me started on the inexplicable night-time ciclovia, I promised myself that this wouldn’t end up as a rant and so I must direct my attentions back to my next Bogotá Stereotype, No 2 the Bicinazi. It’s a … Continue reading

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