Hand in hand, 1, 2, 3 steps,... cross yourself.... and .. jump! These are said to be the last minutes in the lives of the Souliot women, who jumped off the mount of Zalongo for fear of being captured and enslaved by Ottoman soldiers. Recently i started learning Greek traditional dances and in a conversation … Continue reading A tale of a last dance over mount Zalongo
Disclaimer: This post contains a great deal of generalization, however it's just a personal theory and every theory has many exceptions. In Greece, the supports of the 3 main football teams Olympiakos, Aek and Panathinaikos (usually) fall into one of these categories. 1- Olympiakos: The leftist revolutionary! Not necessarily both maybe one of them or … Continue reading Tell me who you are, i will tell you what team you support…
There it stood, despite everything, despite every attempt to remove it. It stood strong, high and persistent as if it wasn’t ever subject to injustice. Historically, Athens was full of palm trees until after it got independence from the Ottoman empire. Then the waged war against palm trees started. Hundreds of them were removed to … Continue reading The Palm Trees of Athens
It's not typical German, nor really Scandinavian, it's elegant and beautiful and different and full of contradictions. It's also open, friendly and to be honest really expensive.. Hamburg If you haven't been to Hamburg, you're missing out! The northern city is one of the richest cities in Germany and home to the second largest port … Continue reading Mein Perle..
OXFORD! Oxford Faculty of Law blog published the excerpt of my thesis as a guest writer! You can read the full article here!
2 Months, 20 volunteers, 2 schools and more than 3,000 refugee children! From the land of the vikings straight to Lebanon's Bekaa Valley just a few Kms from the Syrian border that even my roaming even picked up the Syrian network and greeted me with an SMS. Our main role was to teach refugee children … Continue reading A few Kms from the Syrian border
I haven't been here for a long time. I have been planning this post for too long; the plan was to write something on the lessons learned from the first year I live alone in a foreign country. At some point I got tired of planning and here's the result.. This year was one of the best … Continue reading On One Year in Denmark