Caffeinated Traveller

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Blog Tags:travel, photography, caffeine, USA, America,, New Zealand, Writing, humour, food

Travels, tales and caffeine, this blog shares with readers insights into places off the radar whether it's in a new country or simply down the road. Photography is included. A great travel read!



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Best cafes in Mumbai

on Jan 8, 2018

When you live and work in Mumbai, getting a proper start to the day is practically mandatory for survival. As such, there is a thriving coffee culture in this bustling metropolis of 18.5 million people. Want to experience its best cafes? As tough a t...

Dream of going to Europe someday? Some of the world’s best history, culture, beaches and party destinations can be found here, so we totally get you. Unfortunately, travel here can bankrupt you in no time flat if you don’t have a rock-sol...

You know about London, but there’s another city you should consider visiting on your next trip to the UK. Birmingham is the second largest city in England, and one of the cities that helped shape the modern world. As one of the leaders in the Indus...

Not a day goes by without seeing a travel-related post pop up in your social feed. Honestly, who wouldn’t want to be a digital nomad? The person traversing while affording the trip through online work. Hell, being able to get out there, away from w...

When you are talking to someone, it is normal to focus on the person’s eyes.  The eyes convey much of a person’s facial expression and tell you a lot about their age and health.  You don’t even need to read body language if you can interpret...

Bali is an amazing place to get married! A place like no other in the whole wide world, calling for for a ‘hell yes’ to saying your vows, sealing your love and forgetting about the outside world for a bit. The myths about Bali prove itself true e...

It’s been a wonderful summer filled with family, friends, and multiple rounds of golf. However, as the chill of fall begins to set in, the realization your hometown courses will soon be shutting for the season can be a bit of a buzzkill. If you...