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Madrid and Its Amazing Food, Fun, and Must-See Sights

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Bestowed with a vibrant atmosphere throughout the city, Madrid boasts many exciting experiences (food, fun, and attractions) for both its inhabitants and visitors. Besides being in Spain, a country with several other major attractions and cities like Barcelona and Seville, Madrid has alway Read More

Greece (Athens and Santorini) Places to Visit and Things to Do

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Greece is a mosaic of culture, history, and breathtaking landscapes. Pearly white sandy beaches, beautiful sunsets, blue-domed churches perched on cliffs, colored buildings with adorned bougainvillea, and dormant volcanoes are just but a few of its striking characteristics. One of the most Read More

A Taste of Aristocracy in Vienna, Austria

Written by Lilit Mkrtchyan
What comes to mind when hearing the name Vienna? A sense of classic Empire? The capital of Austria? Or perhaps a “City of Music”? As for me, whenever I recall Vienna, the first word coming to my mind is “aristocracy”. Vienna first and foremost is adorned by an aristocrati Read More

Guilin and Lijiang River National Park

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
It is no secret that China has numerous, one-of-a-kind, attention-grabbing attractions; take the Guilin and Lijiang River National Park, for example. This national park is located in southeastern China and has become well-known for its unique-looking hills, cylinders, limestone cones, karsts, etc. t Read More

How to Achieve a Proper Work-Life Balance

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
In a world where everyone is obsessed with working and achieving, it's often easy to compromise our well-being. We have so highly prioritized our desire to succeed professionally, that we forget to care for more essential things like our mental, physical, and emotional wellness. So, it's vit Read More

Photography Tutorials: A Beginners Guide

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Photography is a very important part of our lives and as a result we use cameras to take memorable pictures that describes so many things related to us. There is a saying that says "a picture is worth a thousand words", how true that is. Good photography is all about taking pictures that s Read More

Why ESPN Has Removed Its Comments Feature

Written by Mark Pringle
It looks as though ESPN has removed their commenting feature...and it is a good thing. Why, because trolling and disrespectful behavior is out of control. Until recently, anyone with a Facebook account could comment on an article. Unfortunately, people have hidden behind fake Facebook accounts and t Read More

Why Literature Needs Freedom

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
In some heavily censored countries, freedom of literature seems surreal, almost unattainable. However, for most writers elsewhere in the world, literature itself, either reading or creating it, always alludes to freedom. Literature is the only known medium used for conveying maintaining and appr Read More

The Left and Liberals are to Blame for Trump’s Victory

Written by Shane Cogan
The star of a reality show won the biggest contest of all, a general election. Incredible. Yet, we are told, no one on ‘the left’ saw this coming. Untrue. There were voices on the left. People like Moore, Chomsky and Pilger did see Trump coming and predicted it. Documentaries were even r Read More

Easiest Ways to Deal with the Post-Party Cleaning in Holidays

Parties are in trend when you are thinking about togetherness with your friend and family and wanted to celebrate the special occasion. But the main thing people think about the cleaning up after the party. Although we all enjoy the special moments, also try the yummy food in the season.  With Read More

Find the good in you

Written by Alishah Ali
The scars on my body doesn’t tell you my story The way I dress doesn’t allow you to judge me The things I let you know are only good ones What you see in me is what I allow you to see The color of my skin is all you see? The color of my skin doesn’t bother me but isn Read More

Peacocks - Strictly for the Birds

Written by Michael Henry
Pavo cristatus or Indian Peafowl are classified as part of the pheasant family and have been admired and revered by many cultures for millennia because of the beautiful plumage displayed by the peacock, the male of the species. The female is the peahen and does not enjoy the same attention due to he Read More