I had mentioned in my holiday wish list that I wanted to get a pair of Oxfords from Golden Ponies. As it turned out, my mother got me two pairs for my birthday: the pink pair I mentioned in the other post, and the brown and beige pair I'm going to talk about in this post.
Living in noisy and polluted Athens means that I often have to escape the city for a while. While travel is not always feasible (there is only so much time and money I can spend on travel) there are ways to escape the city without leaving Athens. Exploring the many Athenian neighborhoods opens up a different world and the best area for this is Plaka.
Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany and known as the “Gate to the World.” It has one of the main ports in the world and was the port of exit for millions of Europeans who left for North America. As a port city, Hamburg also has a rich history in trade with the entire world. As someone who has lived and studied in Hamburg for several years and grown up in the metropolitan region of this beautiful northern city, I have a special relationship with the city and can give you the list of the six things to see and do in Hamburg.
When I wrote my post on zero waste I mentioned some ways to reduce trash in general. I have since found that cutting down on plastic is much more difficult than it seems, especially here in Greece. There are some things that are relatively easy, but others need more effort. These are the things that I find easy, difficult, and a little bit of both when cutting down on plastic.
Intersectionality and the privilege of white vegan men are finally being discussed at a higher rate in the vegan movement. However, many people still don't understand the terms "intersectionality" and "privilege" - and others outright refuse to acknowledge these concepts.
Half Bulgarian Turk, half German living life as an expat in Greece.