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Pastor Arrázola también le debe a la señora de la empanadas

Nuestra unidad investigativa se ha trasladado a Cartagena, Colombia (en bus, pues somos un grupo periodístico independiente) para conocer de cerca el caso del pastor Miguel Arrázola, quien según denuncias de un creyente de su iglesia, tendría una propiedad por más de dos mil millones de pesos, pero presuntamente cotiza al sistema de salud por menos de 200.000 pesos al mes. 196 more words


Street Art in Cartagena

Since the post about Street Art in Argentina I’ve been thinking a lot about the relationship between public space and art. Later in my travels through southern Argentina, I met a girl who was on her way of becoming an artist without any training in the visual arts (minus some small acting and modeling gigs back in Germany). 255 more words


A Dark Day at the Beach

June 2016

And so we’re back where this blog began. I’ve tried to show the extent to which my life has been shaped by Europe (studying in France; living in Spain; friends from across the continent) and I’ve described some of the memorable experiences I’ve had in my continent since the idea of the EU referendum was first raised. 816 more words


The Local Look: Cartagena, Colombia

by Nicole Hylton

As we landed in Cartagena, we immediately felt welcomed by the people. Their warmth and friendliness exudes from their pores. We barely noticed that we were in South America; that is until we got in our cab and realized that our cabbie spoke no English. 747 more words


The Lost City

I was going hiking in the mountains! Or at least that’s what I thought…Since arriving in Colombia last May, I have had Ciudad Perdida, also known as the Lost City, on my list of places to visit. 2,227 more words



Marc’s Blog is going on a road trip. Well, actually, it’s not on the road, but on the ocean.  We begin today (Friday) with a flight to Barcelona, Spain.  125 more words