HI Travel Tales has experienced coffee culture around the world. We’ve sampled various ways of serving the caffinated elixer, from nearly syrupy dark tablespoons of caffeine in doll-sized cups to huge bowls of espresso and frothy milk. It’s what you do as a traveler – enjoy a cup of local coffee as the locals enjoy it.
In December 2016, Robyn McLellan, Aljoscha Adam, Anthony Brogno, and I set off on a four-month adventure to Chilean Patagonia to film a feature documentary highlighting the beauty of the country, the culture and the people, and to draw attention to the environmental issues and endangered places in Chile. Here are 5 places you need to visit today.
Otter Island and its historic lighthouse, part of Pukaskwa National Park, is located on a very remote section of Canada’s Lake Superior shoreline. The lighthouse, built in 1903, sits on the northwest tip of Otter Island.