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Ever since I started working to reduce the waste I produce I have realized how difficult it is, especially here in Greece, to try to live more of a zero waste lifestyle.
I’ve mentioned before how composting is not actually something that is done here and that even separating trash seems a lot more complicated than in Germany, for example, where this has become the norm.
I started experimenting with different hair colors pretty early, at around twelve years old. I initially used semi-permanent colors, mainly in red and bluish shades. Towards the end of high school, I began using demi-permanent colors sticking to shades of red and brown. When I was in university and my younger siblings started getting the first white hairs, I decided to keep my natural hair color until I, too, would get my first white hairs, as I thought I might one day look back to the days where I still could still wear my natural hair color.
I just got back from another trip visiting family and friends back in Hamburg. The city gets a certain amount of tourists but is far from being as popular as Berlin, Amsterdam, or other cities, so there is not much information available for tourists. I already posted about the main things to see and do in Hamburg, and today I'll be helping you make the most of your stay in Germany’s second largest city with an overview of the neighborhoods you want to consider when booking accommodation.
Half Bulgarian Turk, half German living life as an expat in Greece.
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