greece; politics, economics and A21

Things are at a standstill in Greece. Everything needs to be decided but nothing is being decided because nothing can be agreed upon by those in power. So the Greeks wait and the European community wait and the world wait and I wait for something, anything to change. I have landed myself in a deep […]

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breeze in and out

I sleep with my head on my red pillow and the wind in my hair. Greek heat lasts all through the night and so the breeze is welcomed. Unlike my homeland where creepy crawly bugs fly, climb or jump their way indoors, here they know their boundaries, so it’s with an open breezy door that […]

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towers

Watching the sun go down on a city of concrete towers is something. It’s really something else. We’ve followed the old city wall that has crumbled tops and missing windows until we get to a tower. It’s one of the lookout towers and it looks out over the city tainted pink and orange. This city […]

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