Alcobaça: The Heart of the Portuguese Culture

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Alcobaça, a small city that’s been around for ages, sits in a valley along the central coast of Portugal. Known for its massive gothic cathedrals and quiet beachside villages, Alcobaça represents the heart of the Portuguese culture. With majority of the city’s structures se Read More

5 Emerging Ways Millennials Influence Travel

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Millennials have grown accustomed to seeing the world in the palm of their hand. The generation born between the early 1980s and mid-1990s has grown up at the forefront of the digital age and with a smartphone as their ubiquitous accessory. The development of this generation has coincide Read More

The Wine of Portugal

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
Portugal’s heritage as a wine growing country dates back four thousand years and ever since this time, the country has been producing some of the best wines available on the global market. Portugal primarily produces its own grapes that are meant to be used for wine production and as Read More

The Birds of Yosemite

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
The songs of the Yosemite winds and waterfalls are delightfully enriched with bird song, especially in the nesting time of spring and early summer. The most familiar and best known of all is the common robin, who may be seen every day, hopping about briskly on the meadows and uttering his cheery, en Read More

Sedona Arizona: Artist Haven and Red Rock Country

Written by Mark Pringle
Iconic red rocks, energy vortexes, art galleries, and natural beauty are trademarks of one of the most unique natural spectacles and destinations in the United States, Sedona Arizona. Few places in the States match the geological splendor and colorful culture of Sedona. The stately cr Read More

Understand the Purpose of Life Insurance

Written by Mark Pringle
Don’t look at life insurance as an investment. Look at it as a way to protect your loved ones in case the breadwinner of the family dies, and the family’s savings do not allow the family to be self-insured. Stick to term life insurance, which is the most basic type of insurance. It co 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

The Basics of Writing

Written by SodaCoffee Staff
The main component of writing lies in conducting research or acquiring prerequisite information about the subject matter under discussion. Professional writers and poets have always confessed to needing a lot of information to communicate agenda and issues in their writing correctly. After resear Read More

Best Of Emily Bronte

    Emily Bronte needs no bigger introduction for the people who are associated with field of Literature. She is one among the Bronte sisters. I quote ‘’In Emily Bronte there is both force and distinction, and that to a remarkable extent, slight as is the body of her wor Read More

Country to experience rapid economic growth if UHC (Universal Health Coverage) initiative is executed properly

Country to experience rapid economic growth if UHC (Universal Health Coverage) initiative is executed properly The president's UHC (Universal Health Coverage) initiative that is aimed at ensuring every Kenyan citizen has access to affordable health care is a great idea that will benefit Kenya Read More

The Igbo Agitation, A Road Map To Regaining Our Pride Of Place In The Scheme Of Things In Nigeria

Written by Ekoja Okewu
‘’ Those who profess to favour freedom and yet depreciate agitation, are people who want crops without ploughing the ground; they want rain without thunder and lightning; they want ocean without the roar of its waters. The struggle may be a moral one, or it may be a physical one, or Read More

Will Online Writing Bring Enough To Live?

Well-written, informative and thoughtful articles are the ones that decide the future of a writer’s career. Writers, who are loved by readers for their style of writing and also for the interesting things they generally write about, are eagerly sought after by publishers and their commissi Read More