The unbearable lightness of blogging

I started drinking coffee out of obligation in Belgrade, Pristina, Skopje and Podgorica…. I needed something to neutralize the rakija in those 9:00 am meetings. And then I got addicted. Or so I thought. In reality I became addicted to coffee shops more than coffee. I don’t think this would have been possible 10 years ago when smoking was still allowed in coffee shops. And now, when I travel I look for coffee shops before museums, before bars or restaurants. I feel like I know a city a little bit more if I spent some time in its coffee shops.

Good Turkish coffee in Belgrade... and more!

So, this blog will mostly be about coffee shops in Stockholm. But I reserve the right to digress as much as I want.

6 Responses to The unbearable lightness of blogging

  1. Currie Rose says:

    I do so love this. You may digress as much as you would like to. 🙂

    I was just stopping by to let you know that I nominated you for the 7×7 Link Award. If you choose to participate, please visit: http://currierose.wordpress.com/2012/04/18/my-own-person-award-show/

    Thanks and Have a wonderful day,
    Currie

  2. binNotes© says:

    Congrats! binNotes.com has nominated your site for a Sunshine Award: http://binnotes.com/2012/03/11/sunshine-award-redux/ Cheers!

  3. Me & Beirut says:

    I love what you wrote here! I can totally share it with you! Being more addicted to coffee shops than to coffee, looking for the coffee shops before anything else! Sooo true! 🙂

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