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@radiobrendan In a Colombian context, especially in relation to employment, Bogotá is where it’s at for the most part. As the capital and most populated city, it’s the place that attracts the most job seekers, both from within and outside the country. In many(...)

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@radiobrendan How do we measure success? It really depends on how we define it. It’s different things to different people, being case and very often time dependent. In some walks of life, defining success is a bit more straightforward, in theory anyway. The sporting world(...)

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@radiobrendan Many of us were brought up with, and still adhere to, the old adage, ‘The devil makes work for idle hands’. In other words, not having anything to do invariably leads to negative occurrences. Thus, to keep out of harm’s way it’s all about, to borrow from(...)

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@radiobrendan It’s no major revelation to state that the main reason most tourists go to Santa Marta is to visit the attractions surrounding it. In other words, the city is a tourism hub solely because it’s close to places of greater interest and beauty. (It’s(...)

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@radiobrendan As most Colombian country folk know well, if you poke a bull, you can expect a reaction. In the same way, if you antagonise people, most of us will react in some way. There are a number professions, however, where maintaining a cool head and looking at things(...)

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@radiobrendan There have been a few developments since we took our what-you-might-call slightly tongue-in-cheek look at the early candidates for Colombia’s 2018 presidential election. Rather than having a clearer picture of the state of play, things have got even more(...)

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@radiobrendan Colombia’s coffee region, the Eje Cafetero. Home to coffee (we kid you not), beautiful landscapes, quaint colonial-style towns with friendly, easy-going folk. It’s why it tends to be on most tourists’ must-visit lists. One thing, however, we(...)

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@radiobrendan For the last 12 months or so Colombia seemed to be on the crest of a wave somewhat. This was mostly down to the implementation of the peace deal signed between the government and the country’s largest rebel group, Farc. Heady times, albeit superficially and in(...)

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@radiobrendan We tend not to get too caught up in the left/right political tabs. It can be a bit simplistic to label somebody as purely leftist or rightist. Very often people display traits and have beliefs that come from both sides, regardless of how they may view themselves.(...)

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