History, Culture,Travel & More

  • Santiago Chile is a special place

    Nearly every country in Latin America has its own unique culture, history, and landscape. Santiago Chile is one of the most beautiful and interesting places in South America, and it's well worth a visit for anyone interested in exploring this corner of the world.
  • The Chillest vibe, La Paz, Bolivia

    . There are plenty of things to do and see in this vibrant city, and with a little bit of preparation you can have an enjoyable (and affordable) stay here.
  • Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee ; don't settle on imitations !

    Have you ever had Jamaican coffee? It's definitely a unique experience. The coffee beans are grown in the Blue Mountains of Jamaica, and the resulting brew is smooth, slightly sweet, and delicate .As a coffee lover, I was excited to hear that Jamaican coffee is some of the best in the world. I had to try it out for myself, and it definitely didn't disappoint.The flavor is rich and earthy, with a slight sweetness that makes it irresistible. If you're looking for a new coffee to love, be sure to add Jamaican coffee to your list.
  • Beautiful Jamaica from beaches to mountains

    Dating back to when Christopher Columbus first landed on the island in 1494, Jamaica has been a top tourist destination. With its stunningly blue waters and lush jungles, it's easy to see why.
  • Five Reasons to Drink Coffee Daily

    Coffee. The magical bean juice that either keeps you up all night or wakes you up in the morning. Yes, coffee is a wonderful thing, but did you know there are also health benefits to drinking it every day? Here are 5 reasons why you should drink coffee every day.
  • Puerto Rico , the Caribbean's smallest island may be its most vibrant !

    From towering mountains and rainforests to white sandy beaches on the coast of the Indian Ocean and a vibrant cultural mix of Caribbean, Hispanic, African and U.S. influences; Puerto Rico has everything you could ever want in a vacation destination.

  • Surfing in El Salvador

    I have had the privilege to visit El Salvador and its capital San Salvador on numerous occasions. Despite some initial concerns about safety, I found the city and the country side to be vibrant and full of life. From its markets to its beaches, El Salvador has something for everyone.
  • The prohibition of Coffee !?!?!

    Did you know that coffee was once prohibited in the United States? It's true! Americans were not allowed to drink coffee until after the Civil War.This may come as a surprise to many, since coffee is such an important part of our culture today. What led to prohibition of coffees , and how did it eventually change?
  • Overlooked Asuncion

    You can often find two completely different worlds on one street in the capital cities of South American countries.
  • Truths and myths a about Kopi Luak

    Despite being a method of processing rather than a specific type of coffee, kopi luwak has been dubbed one of the most expensive coffees in the world, with retail prices for cultivated beans reaching US$100 per kilogramme and US$1,300 for wild-collected beans.
  • The grading of Coffee explained

    Do you know how your coffee is graded? Probably not, since it's a pretty boring topic. But, if you're at all curious, read on. Coffee grading is actually based on the size and density of the bean.
  • How elevation affects your morning cup.

     Have you ever wondered how elevation affects the taste of coffee? According to recent studies, it turns out that the altitude at which your coffee is grown makes a significant difference in its flavor.