In the middle of nowhere like so many other towns and small cities in Bolivia stands Julaca, a town of only 66 inhabitants in the altiplano. It is located at 3,665 meters above sea level and its average temperature is 6.6ºC. It does not rain much either: 78.7 l/m2 per year.

The houses are made of adobe bricks and - as in the rest of the country - it has a soccer field with lines painted on the ground but no goal net.