Where's the best place to be a digital nomad in Latin America?

I’d like to submit a question that maybe some Homies could answer: what are the best places to be a digital nomad in Latin America or the West Indies? Right now I’ve read good reviews about Medellin, Colombia, and Antigua, Guatemala, but I’d like to expand my knowledge in order to hopefully make the leap to digital nomad living this year.

Eat, hablar, love: Our last-minute, wifi-tastic, foodie trip to Bogota, Colombia

My boyfriend suggested we take a trip to Bogota, Colombia — which he had traveled to the year before, and knew to be very safe (now). Our main focus on this trip was getting work done (he's a writer, and you all know what I do!) and eating. So days were spent eating with our laptops open. Afternoons were spent hunting down good cafes with even better wifi. Then our nights were spent drinking and dining out with friends. If you're looking for places to eat and work in Bogota, here were our favorites…

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What's your experience traveling internationally with food allergies?

I have traveled before and would love to continue to explore the world, but I'm worried about how well allergies could be accommodated in various destinations — short of preparing all my own food. Of course things vary from eatery to eatery, but anyone out there with food allergies have experience traveling internationally and want to share what worked and what didn't?