Tuesday, 27 September 2011

Sheesha for fun!

Sheesha in Toronto is enjoyed by many looking to spend a relaxing (and yes, legal) night out. Its roots trace back to India, though now sheesha has arguably entered the mainstream worldwide. The practice of adding flavours is relatively new and has really taken hold just over the past 20 or 30 years. Flavours could be from strawberry, watermelon, lemon, peach, apple and a lot more.

My favourite sheesha café in Toronto city is Casablanca Cafe. It is located at the Bloor & Danforth line. You would definitely enjoy the food and beverages from:

    • Kefta sandwich

    There is also Hookah places that have belly dancers on Friday and Saturday nights! If you were hanging out with a bunch of friends and just sick and tired of clubbing or going to bars then you should check out this Hookah place called Sheesha. I went to “Sheesha” with my friends and loved the belly dancing show playing all types of music from American to Arabic to Spanish to Hebrew.

    Can we talk about the negative side of smoking Hookah? Yes we can! It is true that Hookah cafes bring people together with different nationalities, but the consequences for smoking it is high. According to a recent World Health Organization (WHO) advisory, a typical one-hour session of hookah smoking exposes the user to 100 to 200 times the volume of smoke inhaled from a single cigarette. Even after passing through the water, the tobacco smoke produced still contains high levels of toxic compounds, including carbon monoxide, heavy metals and cancer-causing chemicals.

    Will you still think of smoking it for fun? Think about it.

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