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This is a quick edition, as I'm on research travel. I've had dozens of meetings in several towns in two regions of Colombia, plus Bogotá, since Sunday the 22nd. Today, I'm going to another region. Then a day and a half in Bogotá, and back home at the weekend.
Here's a photo update from the first region. Sorry I can't post more yet: the schedule is full during the day, and it's unwise to make one's current location public. More soon!
Back From Urabá, Colombia (posted October 27)
I spent the past few days in and around Necoclí, Colombia, an area through which tens of thousands of migrants, from dozens of countries, pass. Here, they take boats across the Gulf of Urabá to the Darién region straddling Colombia and Panama, where they undergo a treacherous several-day journey through dense jungle.
Here are a few photos. I’m in another zone of Colombia now, as research continues, so there’s no time to write much yet. We had our photographer Sergio with us, who took much better photos than the ones here.
Also, check out this aerial view of downtown Medellín, where we changed planes. That's it for now! See you next week.