BOGOTA, Colombia--Like many cities in Latin America, Bogota is a study in contrasts.
At the fanciest hotels, you can find an iPod dock waiting for you in your room. At the tony R cafe, in the wealthy northern part of the city, the waiters take orders for cappuccinos with iPaq handhelds. A Sony Style store features flat-screen TVs up to 52 inches, provided you don't mind plunking down 13 million pesos (about $7,150).
But you don't have to go far to see a different side of the city. When I headed just a few blocks south of … Read more