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Food in Philly: Delicious Drinks, Dessert From the City of Brotherly Love

I visited Philadelphia for a college media convention Oct. 29 through Nov. 2, and my staff and I ate everything from philly cheese steaks to cannolis to barley soup. 75 more words


Coca Cola and the Puerto Rico Coffee Industry: A Double-Edged Sword?

A blog post from 2011 (“Coca Cola and the Puerto Rico Coffee Industry,” by Harvests of the World boutique coffee brand) stated that the Coca-Cola company had purchased 85% of Puerto Rico’s coffee brands, claiming that the company was not marketing Puerto Rico’s excellent coffee, but rather a variety of coffees from Colombia, Brazil, Mexico, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico. 448 more words


History of Puerto Rican Coffee Industry

Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory about 90 minutes away from the mainland. Being the oldest of the world’s colonies Puerto Rico is a blend of two cultures. 472 more words

Spring Break: Boston

After a great weekend, I said goodbye to my dear friend and boarded the bus for another adventure. This time I just had a 3-hour bus ride to my aunt in Boston. 472 more words


Café Crema @ Garden by the Bay

By night, Gardens by the Bay is less crowded as the Flower Dome and Cloud Forest are closed by 9pm. This cafe is located near the Garden’s Visitor Centre and is one of the few cafes around. 133 more words


Cafe Crema

After inputting in the box of google and searching”west vancouver cafe”,
you can find “Cafe Crema” comparatively in the upper side of the first result page. 257 more words



Café Crema in New Cross is a small, independent slow-food café.
It’s really cosy, with good coffee! Just remember to bring cash.

You’ll find artsy people here, with guitars or notepads, or just goldsmiths students, and well, anyone else who decides to visit the place! 20 more words