So there is nothing more frustrating than waking up in the middle of an expensive and highly anticipated vacation to a heavy head and severely sore throat, but unfortunately, on … Continue reading Low-Key Dying in Kyoto
As I was planning my trip to Japan, one of my coworkers visited the country, and upon her return, she had several suggestions of places I should visit while I … Continue reading % Arabica: A Lesson Learned
One of the things that I desperately wanted to try out when I visited Kyoto was a traditional, Japanese tea ceremony, so before I flew to Japan, I booked a … Continue reading Hidden Gem In Kyoto: Acorn Coffee Stand
For those of you unfamiliar with Tokyo, there is an area located in the southeastern region of the city, called Ginza. It is well known for it’s high-end shopping, and … Continue reading Bongen Coffee: Hidden Corner of Zen
Well, darn. I was doing so well with posting on the website, and now it’s been several months since I last wrote anything. Whoops. To be fair, I had quite … Continue reading Travel Adjustments: Coffee Culture Japan
So if you’ve been following my blog (yeah, yeah, I know you haven’t), then you know that I am not the biggest fan of California. Of course, since the Universe … Continue reading Stay Coffee, San Diego
I may be nearing my thirties, but that has not stopped me from reading many a young adult, dystopian, futuristic novel. That really shouldn’t be shocking. I mean, have you … Continue reading Coffee Rant: What Year Is It in Cambridge?