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“Coffe, or having a cup of coffee, is informally 'fika': without transposition! kaffe coffee fi-ka ffe-kon; fika fekon losing the last part becomes 'fika'.”
“Every manojo of Bontoc and Samoki palay is tied up at harvest time with a strip of one variety of bamboo called "fika" made by the pueblos from sections of bamboo brought in bundles from a day's journey westward to barter during April and May.”
“Uppsala has many cafés where students can hang out and "fika".”
“Matimu ya yindlo ya kokwana Pontia ku fika ka vatatana va hina.”
“So: 'Come, let's "fika lite"' does not sound like such a nice invitation to a Norwegian...”
“Stockholm is made up of 14 small islands, each with a very different feel; strolling across the little bridges that connect the capital, stopping for fika coffee and cake and perusing the boutiques, is a wonderful way to spend a city break.”
“One of the first Swedish words any new visitor learns is fika, which means a coffee break, usually enjoyed with a little cake or pastry, much like the British term elevenses but with no time restriction.”
“By reinventing Swedish classics or drawing inspiration from other places, they've brought fresh sophistication to the fika.”
“And this is a popular hangout for fika, or coffee and a slice of cake.”
“She has also come to appreciate a classic Swedish pastime: the coffee break, or fika.”
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Coffee, and coffee related stuff. I did spend few hours in The Net with this and now I am up to my neck with "coffee".. I probably return to this list. Later.
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