U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton caught a rare dinner with her husband Bill in Bogota on Tuesday.
Where did they eat? A local steakhouse. Who paid? Unknown.
The Colombia tete-a-tete marked a rare overseas schedule intersection for the Clintons, who each spend lots of time on the road — he for his foundation, she for the State Department.
Clinton told reporters in Bogota it was a chance to get together and reflect on security advances in Colombia, once a byword for political and drug-related violence.
“We had a wonderful dinner last night in Bogota, among friends, some Colombian and some American, and we talked about how remarkable it was that such a common event could take place,” she said.
Common in Colombia, perhaps, but not for the globe-trotting Clintons.
The Clintons were in Bogota on separate business. Both had a meeting with Colombia’s President Alvaro Uribe.