I have written quite a few blog posts about eating out but this one deserves its own post. I went here three times in the space of 5 days. The first was a brunch on a Thursday, the next a brunch on Sunday and then a brunch on a bank holiday. I loved this place.
Lake Titicaca sits on the border of Bolivia and Peru and sits at nearly 4,000 meters above sea level. I went here in October on my last trip to South America.
Cochabamaba is the fourth largest city in Bolivia and has a population of just under 700,000 people. The name of the city comes from Quecha with the word qucha meaning lake and the name “pampa” means open plain. Bolivia was inhabited by Spain until 1825. The city is more than 2,500 meters above sea level.
I met Ben Holbrook when I was working in London. He loves Barcelona probably more than I do and I have watched and seen how his blog – Driftwood Journals, has grown from over 200 Facebook Likes to over 2000. I love his site and therefore wanted to ask him how he grew Driftwood Journals and if he could share some tips with us. All the photos in this post are Ben’s – great aren’t they?