Santa Cruz, Bolivia is a city rich in culture, beautiful landscape, and wonderful people. The nightlife is happening, the art scene is vibrant, the culinary world is blossoming, and there are so many places yet still untouched by man... well, almost.
I have a really emotional connection to this zoo because i grew up only knowing this as the way zoos were supposed to be (until i saw a bigger better one in argentina). i still have baby photos of me seeing my first animals here. sure it stinks, it's small, and after visiting again, i could see how...more
It was one of the most crowded restaurants we visited in Bolivia. This place was the place to be on that particular Sunday. The restaurant staff knew Mr. and Mrs. Yoon (I guess they come here a lot) so we got seated pretty fast and had attentive service all throughout the meal. The salad is simple and yet...more
nostalgic cafe. it used to be the hot sport in the late 90's believe it or not, and even before then. it hasn't kept up with the times (meaning it hasn't become a chain) and for that reason, the vintage feel is there and people still go there....more
The moment we enter Lorca, we are enveloped by the bold interiors. The first room we are in is painted in green, orange, and red, with a gold-rimmed chalkboard menu, contrasting paintings, vintage hookahs on the bar, and some tables and chairs. Rounding the corner is the outdoor patio area, speckled...more
bolivian meat is definitely a little more tough than the US kind. mostly because they're grass fed and organic. this steak house is one of the most pimp out of all the other steak houses, though i still love the brazilian brasargent and la buena mesa. the higher price gets you at a hotter spot and...more