Are you looking for the best cafes in Fremantle?

Here is our list of the 11 best cafes in Fremantle

Here is our list of the 11 best cafes in Fremantle

Fremantle is famous for its beautiful old buildings, charming little streets and huge variety of great restaurants and cafes. Where else in Australia can you find a street that is officially signposted as cappuccino strip? Italian culture and alfresco dining is very present at this section of the South Terrace. Continue reading

The 10 Best Restaurants in Sanur, Bali

10 best restaurants in Sanur

One of the 10 best restaurants in Sanur

The coastal resort town of Sanur is one of the major tourist places on Bali. It is located only 15 kilometers from the international airport of Denpasar and situated on a long sandy beach. The place has everything tourists are looking for. A long sandy beach, hotels and resorts right on the beach, many restaurants, bars and shops. Continue reading

Our favorite cafe in Chiang Mai

Latte art in our favorite cafe in Chiang Mai

We are impressed with the cappuccino’s at Sailomjoy, our favorite cafe in Chiang Mai

We love good coffee. We prefer either a strong espresso or a cappuccino. Our love for coffee was the major reason for doing a barista course in Fremantle (Western Australia) last year. On our travels we are always on the hunt for the best cappuccino in the world. Until now we have not found the best but the nicest cappuccino. Do you want to know where our favorite cafe in Chiang Mai is? Continue reading

Barista Course in Fremantle: We learn how to make great coffee

Barista course in Fremantle

We practice to make the perfect cappuccino during our Barista course in Fremantle

Do you like coffee? We love coffee. Good coffee. On our road trip around Australia we drank quite a lot of cappuccinos and started to wonder why the coffee taste and texture of the milk froth can be so different depending on who is making it. We wanted to find out the secrets about how to make the perfect cup of coffee and attended a barista course in Fremantle last week. It was worth every cent.

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