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Choosing Cartagena, Colombia for your next holiday destination? You can expect 500-year-old colonial buildings, streets popping with colour, nearby beaches… and excellent coffee. That’s …

Six million people live in the Chilean capital of Santiago. You’ll find bustling crowds, soaring skyscrapers, historic architecture, tranquil parks… and also coffee shops. …

Times are changing in Colombia. Just a few years ago, the specialty coffee industry hardly existed at all. But today, the country’s coffee culture …

Australia: the country where Starbucks struggles, where the flat white may have been invented, and where local coffee culture provides inspiration to cafés all …

Something’s happening in Belfast. Wave after wave of new investments are seeing Northern Ireland’s capital start to shine – and that’s led to a …

Travelling to Hong Kong? You’re in luck: a good café hop is easily doable in this compact and highly caffeinated city. And I’ve made …

West Texas, the land of dirt, cotton, and cowboys. You won’t find much water in this region, but that doesn’t mean you won’t get …

With nearly 675,000 residents and over 20 million visitors annually, Washington, DC’s specialty coffee scene has a lot of traffic to keep up with. …

If you’ve yet to discover #ilivewhereyouvacation, I’d advise you to not look it up while you’re working. Puerto Rico is one place you’ll see …

Indonesia is breath-taking. With over 17,000 islands, 120 volcanoes, and an uncountable number of temples, it’s no wonder 10.41 million people visited the country …