Coconuts in Bolivia

The scientific name for coconut is Cocos nucifera. Early Spanish explorers called it coco, which means “monkey face” because the three indentations (eyes) on the hairy nut resembles the head and face of a monkey.

Potato diversity in Bolivia

As Swiss citizens we are used to eat a lot of Potatoes back in Switzerland. Our preferred dishes are Roesti and simple cooked potato with cheese. Btina knows amazingly well how to cook a perfect Roesti. I need to take a picture of it the next one :-)

Avocado in Bolivia

Yes we do LOVE the Avocado fruit and if locally available would eat it every day. While living in Samaipata we had plenty of Avocados available and depending of the original also a very wide variety of them. Usually we created a avocado-based salad or dip called Guacamole.

Papaya

Actually Btina and myself don’t really enjoy pure Papaya but there are so many great health benefits which have motivated us to include it into our daily eating habits – if locally available.

Bananas in Bolivia

It’s not a secret that Btina and myself love Bananas. So this blog post is dedicated to the lovely Banana fruit or technically speaking the banana berry :-) Visually speaking there are green, yellow and red Bananas and maybe even in some additional flavors.

Challenge to find fruits and vegetables in Trinidad

It’s a real challenge to find fresh fruits and vegetables in the city of Trinidad in the Beni region of Bolivia, South America. There is more than enough junk food with lots of salt or even more SUGAR but all the theoretical available tropical fruits are not easily available.

Top Digital Nomad tools

We are what we do and still we always seek for a category for better explanation of what we believe we are doing … Globetrotter, virtual hobo, location independent, remote worker, mobile entrepreneurs, long term travel, working traveler or just and plain simple – Digital Nomad.

Wild Bolivia

Bolivia – It remains the continent’s least populated country. It’s the forgotten jewel of South America, its geographical, cultural and energetic center. Oblivion and underdevelopment -burdens that have forced half of the Bolivians to live outside their country- has its curious advantages. Ecologically speaking, Bolivia is one of the least devastated and exploited countries in the world. It preserves 85% of its original vegetation coverage.

Best of Paraguay photos

Enjoy the best of Paraguay photos within the last 4 month in here. Paraguay is a landlocked country in the heart of South America. It’s bordered by Brazil to the east and northeast, Bolivia to the northwest and Argentina to the south and southwest. We have been traveling an exploring mainly the south and southwest of the country so far.