It’s October and just like last year, I’ll try to make posts this month to be (sort of) creepy/scary. Now, the pictures on this are not only taken from my first ever iPhone (6s) but also downloaded from my first blog (it’s about food). We once had morning coffee in arguably one of the most alleged haunted places in the Philippines – Corregidor Island.Continue reading “Historic with great views, decent coffee, and ghosts? Remembering a trip to Corregidor Island”
Here are some tips in making pour-over coffee.Continue reading “ShareYourKape’s Pour-Over Brew Guide”
I only have pockets of time every day to do research, so you may have better luck than me in finding stuff like these, but I’ve only ever found two locations for possible “haunted coffee shops” and both of them are in the States. If you know any shops in the Philippines that have some paranormal activities, and while it’s still October, hit me up. I won’t mention the shop, it could drive business away, but I fancy a haunted coffee shop and might be compelled to visit it once it’s safe to go out again.
Three spooky stories that all have a common theme: Coffee.
Warning: This work of fiction deals with a subject that may be disturbing to some. Any similarities to real life persons were purely coincidental and not the intention of the writer.
“I have a scary story.”
Everybody immediately stopped talking and shot a glance at him. They were all cousins, though he was technically a stranger to all of them. The long-lost cousin, the one who grew up in Metro Manila who has never been home since he was a baby.