Several leaves have fallen off the calendar from the crucial time when Jorge Castillo Mendoza, strongly supported by friends and family unanimously decided to embark on adventure journalism literary magazine Riohacha found a city where every day they are born and die media communication as they arrive and leave her restless waves Tues Any further review, he asked someone in a tone of disapproval; How much will it last? It asked another, in a tone of disbelief. And everyone has expressed about the new project. Some assumed it was a mere delusion of provincial journalist and a short flight over company aimed at increasing the huge list of magazines first and only issue of La Guajira. Those who thought so were mistaken. Did not address a crucial and differentiating factor: the tenacity of the Castillo Mendoza and, above all, George, who from his youth, almost from infancy, had at your fingertips with a typewriter which helped to put his startling black and white ideas about popular art, his rigorous vision about the centennial history of the Caribbean, to his delight in well-structured biographical chronicle, the report from the province for the media in the capital. Anyway, while teenagers of his generation ever dreamed of dancing in the style of John Travolta, or enjoy "the last of Diomedes" Jorge toying with the idea of seeing his name to an article in El Espectador and El Heraldo, La Libertad and El Tiempo. While his classmates gave anything to have a new car even if provided, Jorge unveiled by seeing his name on the cover of a book on acting out the stories that plying his mind of visionary man. .