Author Archives: Juliana
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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. … Continue reading