October 29th, 2018
Volcanica Coffee of the Day: Costa Rica Peaberry Coffee
Costa Rica Peaberry Coffee are selections of the rarest coffee beans in the crop with an intense flavor of Costa Rica that that jumps out at you. Only 5 percent of the coffee bean crop are Costa Rica Peaberry coffee beans creating a special variety. Highly prized by connoisseurs for its balance and intensity of flavor of fruit and citrus that is mild, sweet, and bright.
October 10th, 2018
October 08th, 2018
Today's featured Volcanica Coffee:
Komodo Dragon Coffees
Farmed on the small Indonesian island called Flores that is 200 miles east of Bali. Named after the Komodo dragon which are the world's largest lizards that roam wild.
The Flores Island is rugged terrain with volcanoes and mountains elevations as high 8,000 feet. The volcanic soils create an ideal fertile condition for this exotic coffee known as the Komodo Dragon Coffee.
CUP NOTES: Sweet chocolate, floral and woody notes. Very earthy and smooth. Background smokiness that makes for a distinctive cup. Mouth coating body and chocolaty texture.
Legacy of St. Patrick – Faith-Based Travel 10 Day Tour from Dublin to Dublin
Day 2 DUBLIN
Today’s orientation drive introduces you to the vibrant Irish capital. See statue-lined O’Connell Street with its landmark Spire of Dublin, bustling town squares surrounded by elegant Georgian architecture and colorful doorways, and Trinity College—Ireland’s oldest university and home to the legendary Book of Kells. Visit ST. PATRICK’S CATHEDRAL, built in honor of Ireland’s patron saint. Founded in 1191, St. Patrick’s has served as the country’s national cathedral since 1870. As you explore, take a quiet moment to reflect and marvel at the magnificent stained glass that told the stories of the Bible at a time when most people were unable to read and write. Why not join an optional dinner this evening at the Guinness Storehouse?
Dublin By Night Travel guide by wordtravels.com © Globe Media Ltd.
Photo credit: LenDog64
Cosmopolitan, colourful and over a thousand years old, Dublin presents a fine starting point for visitors to Ireland. This capital city is split in two by the River Liffey, which gives form to the city and has no less than nine bridges spanning it. Central Dublin is easily explored on foot, and presents a wealth of historic landmarks, from ancient cathedrals to gracious Georgian buildings that pay testimony to days gone by. There are many attractions on both sides of the Liffey, ranging from gaols and castles to museums and the birthplaces of famous poets and writers. Dublin is also famous for its nightlife and the Temple Bar area is the highlight for those seeking out a party.
Not far from the city, in County Wicklow, are the Wicklow Mountains, where hills, glens, forests and waterfalls attract weekend walkers and nature-lovers. Dublin Bay, which lies between the mouth of the River Liffey and the Dalkey headland, is the site of several small coastal towns and the ferry port of Dun Laoghaire. County Kildare is a region of rich farmland and fine reputation for the breeding of thoroughbred horses, while the similar counties of Louth and Meath have evidence of early civilisations and a wealth of castles and monasteries. With all this on Dublin's doorstep the city is a great base for exploration further afield.
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