an ethiopian coffee house in the heart of brussels and an african history lesson

As my friends and I made our way from their apartment in Porte de Hal , a section of Brussels not far from the...

an espresso among the bubbles in new orleans’ french quarter

I am a frequent traveler to New Orleans and like many visitors my travels there tend to focus on the French Quarter and all...

a quaint french café in mile end, montréal

Mile End is a part of Montréal much like Brooklyn, New York: varied immigrant communities, Hasidic Jews and artsy hipsters coexist, making it a...

a coffee at a red house on iceland’s south coast

On a recent winter trip to Iceland in search of the Northern Lights, I stayed in the town of Hveragerði which is approximately 45 km to...

the cafe culture of zagreb, croatia

For me, searching for a suitable cafe is a ritual akin to a dog finding a proper place to pee. In this sense, Zagreb,...

the mixing bowl: hong kong’s coffee oasis

Like many places in the world, the dynamic city of Hong Kong is filled with chain coffee - Pacific Coffee, the Coffee Bean,...

cafe organism in sydney australia

As per my usual travel habits, between being on the edge of an active volcano, in a helicopter above a vast desert, or staring...

a cafe in the southernmost city on earth

Situated on the Beagle Channel, Ushuaia is the largest city in Argentine Tierra del Fuego, and arguably the southernmost city in the world. In...

between a café and a café, there is another café

A dear Moroccan friend recently responded to my love of lattes and my Moroccan quest for a café with a common Moroccan expression that...

an oasis of espresso in bukhara, uzbekistan

Regardless of where I travel, my running internal commentary is "hmmm... that would be a nice place for a café." I am usually thinking...

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