Monthly Archives: March 2014
Bogotá’s human side
I might have written a lot about how terrible the busetas are in Bogotá, but it’s also on these vehicles that you get to experience the warm and fuzzy feeling among human beings. Passengers help each other on these busetas. It’s quite a strange sight, especially given the stigma of asking a passerby on the streets for directions or […]
Fancy Rabbit for dinner in Bogota?
For those who were expecting to read about having rabbit as a Colombian dish, you may be disappointed. Well, rabbit may exist in Colombia cuisine given available rarities like cuy (guinea pig) in the South West region, Nariño, but unfortunately I haven’t come across it yet. What other nation has utilised the animal kingdom for the menu as well as the […]