Catriona Robertson

journeys at home and abroad

Category Archives: Greece

Greece

Athens is rather empty – few people on the streets, shops have their shutters down, but relieved to hear it isn’t the economy: those who can afford it head off … Continue reading

29 August 2016

Athens II

Met several groups today working with refugees. People stopped moving through Greece earlier this year when the migrant trail fizzled out: borders in the Balkans closed and Turkey agreed with … Continue reading

29 August 2016 · 2 Comments

Athens

When I started this blog in Bosnia (2009) I had no inkling we might return to permits & visas so I’m using my EU passport while I can. Sat next … Continue reading

17 August 2016
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