Ramadan just ended, and Muslims all over the world celebrated one of the major Islamic holidays. For those of us who live abroad, this means being far away from family and friends, and even if you’re not particularly religious, this can be a lonely time. I wanted to write about my experience as a Muslim expat in Greece and thought it would be a good idea to compare it with my life in Canada.
As you know from my most recent minimalist packing post, I went to Warsaw last weekend for a short city break. I tried to use my time wisely and ended up sacrificing museum visits due to the stunning weather. In this post, I'll share some of my thoughts and pictures.
This weekend, I will be heading to Warsaw for a super short trip, and I want to pack as little as possible. As I will be spending a night there, I will need to bring some essentials however.
If you saw my posts on minimalist packing for a week in Hamburg and Hamburg’s Speicherstadt, you know that we spent the first week of May in Hamburg visiting family and friends. Living in Hamburg, I never had to seek out vegan restaurants as I was still vegetarian, which is a lot easier with regards to eating out. My expectations were quite high as I had already found a multitude of options on HappyCow. Compared to my previous travels as a vegan (Corfu, Bucharest, Rome, Brussels), this trip was so much more filled with exciting vegan options.
Half Bulgarian Turk, half German living life as an expat in Greece.