In our regular feature Brits Abroad, I speak to Richard McColl who operates a guesthouse, La Casa Amarilla, in the northern Colombian city of Mompós. This relatively remote riverside town of 30,000 people was founded in 1537 when the Spanish arrived and its historic buildings have brought a UNESCO listing. Richard discovered the city when he toured the region looking for somewhere to live. You can find out more about his guesthouse at


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