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@radiobrendan Sorry, sorry. I know the, um, legions of Wrong Way readers have been wondering where I’ve got to the last while. The recent presidential election and Colombia’s World Cup exploits, nay the tournament in general, have been distractions for sure.(...)

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@radiobrendan Since we first came to know a few years back of the various Irishmen who played significant roles in modern Colombia’s history, the town of Paipa came into our sights. That’s because the main park/square of the somewhat popular tourist spot is named(...)

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@radiobrendan Many people on the outside looking in think our Colombian life is kind of cool. An exotic existence, away from the dreary 9-5 drag with a nice amount of time to travel. On that score, it is. Our work life is anything but 9-5, Colombia certainly is exotic and(...)

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@radiobrendan After over six years based in Bogotá we’ve experienced many aspects of Colombian life, from the hugely enjoyable to the utterly frustrating. However, there’s one thing that, thankfully, we’ve yet to sample (and hopefully never will): The health(...)

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@radiobrendan There is very often a significant difference between what one might like to see happen and what actually does transpire. In this regard, in relation to our previous post, lest there be any confusion, we don’t expect Humberto de la Calle to be Colombia’s(...)

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@radiobrendan OK, we may need to change our preference. While we still have plenty of respect for V.E. Blanco, the sad reality is, for, um, existential reasons ‘he’ won’t actually physically make it to Palacio de Nariño, Colombia’s presidential palace.(...)

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@radiobrendan In terms of little escapes from Bogotá, generally speaking we prefer to hit for one of the many lower-lying, warmer locations dotted all around the metropolis. This is even more so the case when the capital city is going through one of its somewhat depressingly(...)

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