In tonight’s episode of Bogotá Nights, Brendan and Oli discuss what they like about living in Colombia, as well as their take on the events of the last few days.
The rules have changed, meaning that a lot of things are going to be possible for the first time in a long while.
With our Brave New Reality now firmly in place, let’s all wave goodbye to this list of irritations…hopefully!
As Chapinero joins seven other sectors in exiting two weeks of strict quarantine, we evaluate the effects of the increased lockdown.
There’s a clear discrepancy between what is officially allowed and what is actually happening in Bogotá at the moment.
The commemoration of Colombia’s National Day of Solidarity for Victims of the Armed Conflict was muted this year as the novel coronavirus lockdown forced individuals to shelter-in-place.
Taking the law into your own hands isn’t the sign of a functioning society.
After the resignation of the defence minister last year, there have been immediate repercussions. Is this is a one-off, or a promising sign for the future?
Perceived public insecurity in Colombia results in reduced smartphone use and more physical presence.
A lot of people look down upon Venezuelan migration. But many of us have similar stories and situations – more empathy is needed.