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Travel Terror

Travel Terror I laughed as we stepped up on a milking stool to get into the twin prop aircraft in the Bolivian Amazon. I remember saying something vaguely inappropriate to a few of my group members, of course, as the guide, I was supposed to be putting them more at ease but now, six weeks Read more about Travel Terror[…]

The Gentrification of Bogotá’s Calle 65

It has been a long time in coming, but, finally I decided to write about the cross-section of Bogotá life and the evolution of the Colombian capital as seen on Calle 65 between Carreras 2 and 7 in the desirable area of Chapinero Alto. It’s one of those inevitable things, the gentrification of a barrio Read more about The Gentrification of Bogotá’s Calle 65[…]

Podcasting 101, Show Notes

I receive quite a few emails weekly about people with questions about Colombia, obviously this is something positive since my podcast is about this complex South American nation, but at the same time, I also receive missives from listeners and curious parties asking after my training and how they themselves could successfully start-up and get Read more about Podcasting 101, Show Notes[…]

Colombia Calling: 130 Episodes and counting…

It has been a red-letter year so far for my niche podcast Colombia Calling. Call it what you will, growth and maturity, greater audience participation, active listeners, or fantastic and more serious interviewees willing to participate, things are improving immeasurably. Who would have thought way back in mid-2013 that we would still be here and Read more about Colombia Calling: 130 Episodes and counting…[…]

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