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Joanna Riquett

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Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hayo Magazine. A Colombian native currently living in Vancouver, Canada. Travel writer, expert in South America and with a serious case of wanderlust. Reach her at @joanacronica 

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QPortland: Where to sleep between SF and Portland? & Favorite restaurant in Portland?

On our road trip we decided that it was too much of a long drive from SF to Portland, so we want to spend the night somewhere in between, any suggestions?  Also, I heard the food in Portland is amazing, what's the best restaurant in your opinion?  See More


AColombia: 2 weeks in Colombia (Cartagena, Bogota, Medellin). What should I do?

Heya! I hope I've seen this on time. Here's my opinion on generic sights: - Cartagena​ So many options. Check this article I wrote with my favorite restaurants and places to dance Salsa: http://hayo.co/how-to-enjoy-cartagena-like-a-local/... See More


AKyoto: In Kyoto for Two Days: what to do & where to eat?

Walking around the Gion​ area and Nishiki Market​ is pretty fun. ​ In Gion there's a restaurant called Isomatsu​ nearby the Kawaramachi Station​, check this FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Isomatsu/459522900755467... See More


AKyoto: Best to stay near Central Kyoto or Kyoto station?

Kyoto station is a bit far from the nice Gion​ area that has most of the restaurants and bars. It's best to stay around there and it's pretty central too. There are a lot of restaurants in small alleys and by the water and the Nishiki... See More


AKyoto: What area should we stay in Kyoto for 2/3 nights?

Gion​  area that has most of the restaurants and bars. It's best to stay around there and it's pretty central too. There are a lot of restaurants in small alleys and by the water and the Nishiki Market​ is pretty fun to walk.... See More


ALos Angeles: Layover at LA international airport

First: there's no luggage storage in LAX, BUT there's a service called LAX Luggage Storage ​ that picks up and delivers your bags, so it will be easier for you to move around.  Second: If you don't want to be complicated with transportation and all that,... See More


ATokyo: Day trip from Tokyo to Kyoto?

Kyoto is a remarkable city, I totally loved it, but for such a short period of time is not worth it, because you'll miss everything important. The train (which is pretty easy to take, but not cheap: +$150 one way) takes around 3 hours and once in Kyoto you'll... See More


ABuenos Aires: What are the best neighborhoods to stay in BA?

I just mentioned this in another post, but: When you go to Buenos Aires, make sure to bring cash and exchange it in the "Blue Market". DO NOT use credit cards or Debit Cards because you are going to end up paying WAY more. Consider: the official rate (government... See More


ABuenos Aires: First Time in Buenos Aires, what can I do?

When you go to Buenos Aires, make sure to bring cash and exchange it in the "Blue Market". DO NOT use credit cards or Debit Cards because you are going to end up paying WAY more. Consider: the official rate (government imposed) is at 8 pesos to a dollar and the... See More


QCalifornia: Road Trip from Los Angeles to Vancouver - Spots I can't miss?

I'm driving from Los Angeles to Vancouver in September, stopping in Big Sur (what to do there?), San Francisco, quick flight to Utah, Portland and Seattle. This is a rough itinerary but I'm looking for suggestions on places to go, hidden gems, things I should... See More


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