One thing I absolutely loved, (and adjusted quite well to) in Sweden was the charming tradition of Fika! (pronounced “fee-ka”) What is Fika? Well its enjoying an evening tea or coffee, accompanied with something sweet, both of which Sweden’s got in plenty! As you can probably already tell, I’m more of a tea person, and was thrilled … More Your day is not complete without Fika!
There is a street I stumbled upon during one of the free days I had wandering Gothenburg. A series of back street alleyways, that stretch out for miles, filled with small, individualistic stores and cafes, ranging from tea and spice shops, antique stalls, café’s with benches and blankets out. A total hipsters paradise! I was … More Magical Haga
Walking along the bleak snow covered streets of berlin during frosty March evenings, you can not help yourself but be drawn into the warm, softly lit cafes and restaurants. Within you are greeted with delicious aroma’s, the sound of glasses clinking in cheers, and the chatter of friends and families, a stark contrast from the … More Cafe Culture