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Fathom Questionnaire: Juliana Jaoudi

by Juliana Jaoudi

On the mountain top in Zaarour, Lebanon.

Hometown: San Diego, CA.

Occupation: Digital stuff.

Favorite destinations: Paris, Beirut, Dubrovnik, Vietnam.

Dying to visit: Sub-Saharan Africa.

Bizarre travel rituals: Upon arrival, unpack and repack my suitcase several times.

In-flight relaxation regime: The upgrade.

Always in carry-on: Raw cashews.

Concierge or DIY? DIY.

See it all or take it easy? TOUT!

Drive or be driven? Be driven. I'm an excellent DJ.

Travel hero: My mom.

Weirdest thing seen on travels: Roadside pooping in India.

Best hotel amenity: A good shower cap.

I dream about my meal at my Aunty Tamam's in Jouret al Balout, Lebanon.

Everywhere I go, I check out the chocolate selection.

When I arrive in a new place, I learn the lay of the land by taking the underground to a good yoga studio.

I always bring home jewelry and local textiles.

If I never return to Thailand it'll be too soon because of the creepy old white men.

I travel for the fresh air.

Juliana Jaoudi

Juliana is a digital media executive and sometime writer/amateur photographer. She lives in New York city but is a California-Parisian girl at heart and picking one is impossible and unnecessary. She travels for the jewelry, local art, and textiles.

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