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A Day With Wayans: Cat Calls, Jungle Coffee, and Some Friendly Extortion at the Besakih Men’s Club

If you ever find yourself trapped in an elevator, sharing a taxi, or picnicking under a frangipani tree with a Balinese, there’s a very good chance that his or her name will be Wayan.  1,363 more words


Espresso yourself: Coffee tasting around the world

If copywriting doesn’t work out, there’s hope for me yet as a barista…

Assuming I’d be up all night after an evening of coffee tasting, I had planned to write this at 11pm last night, cosy in my big bed and on a caffeine high. 806 more words

Bali: the backpacker strip and the (in)famous Kopi Luwak

You could spend weeks on Bali and see nothing more than the inside of a beach bar filled with backpackers and the long stretch of overcrowded sand that is Kuta Beach, but venture away from Kuta and Legian, and you’ll discover that there’s much more to this backpacker haven than happy hour. 1,121 more words

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This, right here, my friends is not an average cup of coffee. This is quit literally a cup of sh*t. Let me explain… Ever seen that movie, The Bucket List? 102 more words


Bali makes my soul dance - Part 2 (Green)

So, the next couple of posts about my experiences in Bali were hard to break up into themes as there are many. I decided in the end to theme them around colour – green and blue. 819 more words


The Economist's free coffee drive done in bad taste?

By Claudia Ang

You’re walking down a busy street during lunch hour.  A man approaches you. “Free coffee?” he asks. You’re startled, and then you realize that he isn’t alone. 498 more words

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5 Things You Never Knew About Bali    (for Round The World Experts) 

Bali is one of Indonesia’s most popular islands, with visitors flocking to visit the iconic temples, catch the legendary surf or dive the stunning reefs. But there’s more to Bali than you might expect… Emma Brisdion uncovers the secrets of the Island of a Thousand Temples. 96 more words