Finding good food in La Paz isn’t the easiest task, but there are worthwhile restaurants out there if you’re willing to partake in the search (or you can just let us tell you exactly where to go!). We’ve been told by many of La Paz’s most renowned chefs that as the gastronomy industry grows, you’ll … Continue Reading

We searched high and low for La Paz’s best dining experiences, and Jardín de Asia definitely made it on our list. Lindsay actually saw a picture of the restaurant in a magazine before coming to Bolivia, and was intrigued by the basket-like seating pods inside the restaurant (see them above? Aren’t they special?). We were happy … Continue Reading

There’s a new kid on the block in the realm of La Paz lodging, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to support its arrival to the scene. Atix Hotel is a boutique hotel located in the safe and peaceful enclave of Calacoto, our favorite neighborhood in La Paz for a variety of reasons. First, and most … Continue Reading

Right before leaving for Bolivia, I was sitting in my friend’s apartment and noticed a Condé Nast Traveler magazine laying amidst the perfectly-aligned magazines on her end table. I flipped through, hoping to find something related to South America, where I was heading soon. Condé Nast had just come out with its list of 207 of … Continue Reading

No need to fret over finding the perfect place to rest your weary bones. We’ve personally tested each of these locales, and aim to find the best beds for every budget. United States Cleveland Pittsburgh Central America Costa Rica South America Bolivia Africa Morocco Mozambique South Africa Asia Myanmar

In June of 2006, I packed my bags and headed to Peru for what was supposed to be a two year stint.  Not long after my arrival, Peruvian cuisine kidnapped me and proceeded to hold me hostage for five entire years.  I have narrowly escaped her death grip more than once to flee to my … Continue Reading