Walking Guide to Bogotá
Colombia’s Loser of the Week
Was Gabo an Irishman?
Tag Archives: pablo escobar
Upon your descent into Bogotá, gaze fixedly at the countryside and squint carefully to see where the tracer bullets, aimed at downing your aircraft en route from the evil imperial power in the North, are coming from. If you are … Continue reading
Colombia’s politicians continue to fall foul of the law in terms of corruption, many suspect the 2018 presidential elections will be less transparent than ever before In July, former Colombian president Alvaro Uribe Velez, outspoken at the best of … Continue reading
For some time I have been observing and attempting to identify a couple of the more idiosyncratic tendencies in the Colombian psyche. My latest conundrum surrounds that of the need to place the blame, create an excuse and indeed shirk … Continue reading