Kosovar Breakfasts

Breakfast is one of my favorite moment of the day!

I made the big mistake to order a cappuccino only once, and they brought me the horror here above!

Then spoke about it with my colleagues and they explained to me that actually this is the only place where you can find a decent cappuccino, besides Italy, but you need to ask for a macchiato and they will bring you something like the one here below (the best ever in Europe, a part Italy of course!).

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      1. I am beginning to realize after so many years that culture shocks are almost inevitable. We may have lived under the illusion that the globalization of exchange would allow cultures to… “smooth out differences? But on the contrary, I sense that differences are stronger everyday. I also realize that one can never really understand fully another culture. And that comes from someone who speaks half a dozen languages and has lived in 15-20 countries? Sad to say, isn’t it?

        1. Sad but true. When you travel you see and learn things that you don’t even imagine, that are not written in any history book or tourist guide. You enter in a totally different dimension and sometimes it is hard to accept it. I haven’t lived in as many countries as you lived, maybe cities but always in Europe. I cannot even imagine what would it be to live in a totally different continent, although the craziest part of me would love to make that experience!

          1. Crazy is good. ๐Ÿ™‚ (the opposite is “boring”) ๐Ÿ˜‰ “Different dimension” sums it up very well. Now there are places where the cultural differences are less… a problem. ๐Ÿ™‚ I have been very impressed by South-east Asia when we went end of 2017. I wouldn’t mind living there at all. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. Definitely stunned if it were served to me. And would look at the description at the menu again. Well, thatโ€™s some culture shock for us. But they look delicious so might as well devour them.

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