I travel. I drink coffee. I brink coffee home.
One out of many highlights in my life is sipping Balinese coffee on the height of fog-clouded Munduk. 919 more words
Masih teringat dalam benak saya tepatnya pada tahun 2013 lalu saya diberi kesempatan untuk berbagi cerita tentang Good News From Indonesia di Gwangju, Korea Selatan. Di akhir acara, ada seorang bapak paruh baya menghampiri saya dan bertanya lebih lanjut tentang kopi luwak asal Indonesia. 758 more words
“But the mother sets to work to make coffee—hot coffee is good for everything, and under all circumstances.” Skipper Worse
National Coffee Day was yesterday. … 417 more words
It’s a wonderful time of year. The weather is getting cooler, football is back, and the children have been forced back to school – I laugh every morning as I see them, tired and sullen, shuffling towards the bus and lamenting the loss of summer freedom that I no longer get to enjoy as an adult. 912 more words
One of the first things we noticed while driving through Bali(apart from great beaches and unbelievably yummy food) are the penjors(pronounced panyor). A penjor is basically a long tapered bamboo pole that is made to stand vertically on the ground by the roadside, and decorated with coconut leaves. 1,274 more words