Why are flights always at 6am? Don't airlines realise that means people have to leave their houses at like, 3am? We were jetting off to Crete on a family holiday, having booked ourselves into an all inclusive hotel ( the royal and imperial Belvedere) near the beach for some sun and sea. But first we... Continue Reading →
Greek Falafels (Athens Part 2).
Ratemyfalafel.com took a trip to Athens in March to sample the growing number of falafel eateries in the capital city. Well, we went there to volunteer for ECHO refugee library, who provide a library service to migrants/refugees in and around Athens, but the real reason was of course to get falafel. It would be ludicrous... Continue Reading →
You are free. Time to eat falafel.
*Many Thanks to our guest writer for this greece-y review. Ntoneradiko authentikon Exarchia Athens This 'authentic' establishment proudly sits itself in Exarchia, the 'anarchist district' of Athens. Even Exarchia's name conjures anarchism - 'ex' denoting getting rid of something (a relationship, a species), and 'archy' connoting images of order and power (patriarchy, hierarchy, manarchy). The... Continue Reading →