Recently I found a new go to. Like a coffee & travel life hack: Hostels x Cafés. Yes they exists and there are so many of them. I started exploring them in Asia and first up is Back Home and LOKL Coffee Co.
I knew before that Chiang Mai is an upcoming vibrant city with a huge specialty coffee scene. What I didn’t know before was that there are so many amazing places I wanted to visit.
Such a big city and full of coffee places, it was time to go back. This time I wasn’t alone. Resi from The Way To Coffee took me on a coffee tour.
Do we, as baristas, think less or underestimate cappuccino drinking people? That was the question I got from a friend and it triggered me to share my opinion.
Heading to Bangkok with a list of 15 specialty coffee places and zero touristic attractions. That’s how I roll!
Chiang Mai is an upcoming city with never ending cool hostels to choose from. I’ve stayed in Suneta Hostel Chiang Mai which gave me the luxury feeling of a hotel, even if it’s a hostel, that helped me relaxing in this vibrant city.
Copenhagen has a small centre, but there are a lot of specialty coffee shops, which makes it easy to explore the city by foot. I was only staying 2 days this time. You can see a lot in only 48 hours but I do recommend to stay longer in the Danish capital, because you will definitely fall in love.
I’ve been several times in France, but since this specialty coffee road trip I would recommend everybody to go and speak your best French, sip some coffees and eat the perfect croissant.
The first specialty coffee shop in my own province Zeeland. I can’t be happier!
I grew up in the south of The Netherlands in the province Zeeland. I keep the name of the village for myself, because it’s like a little spot on the map. But while I am proud of my province, it’s never been easy. I moved to the other side of the country to start studying
I had high expectations of sleeping and sipping coffee in San Sebastian and it was even better than I expected. I kinda fell in love.