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Lesvos Refugee Aid Fundraiser Follow-up: Thank You!

Posted on Saturday, March 26, 2016

A gigantic thank you to my readers and friends who donated a glorious $1525 (€1350 based on the day’s currency exchange) to refugee aid through my fundraiser. I was able to distribute your donations…

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My Heart Was Broken and Healed in Molivos, Lesvos, Greece

Posted on Wednesday, March 16, 2016

This will likely be my last post from Lesvos Island, Greece. I never expected what I found here — I didn’t know that my heart could be so broken and so healed simultaneously…

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Molivos, Lesvos Island, Greece: A Brief History and Photo Tour

Posted on Monday, February 15, 2016

Arriving in Molivos (also known as Mithymna or Molyvos) I’m immediately enchanted by this harbor village with a castle on a hill. What makes it extra fun is the…

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Making it to Molivos and the Painful Truth

Posted on Saturday, February 13, 2016

A kind Swedish man comes to the rescue, giving me a lift, and I am on my way to Molivos aka Molyvos aka Mithymna on the north shore of the island of Lesvos. The way is winding…

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Volunteering on Lesvos: Refugee Crisis 2016

Posted on Thursday, February 11, 2016

Jack acquires a rental car and is kind enough to pick me up along with two volunteers from Australia. We arrive at the nearly empty Better Days for Moria refugee camp. With…

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First Days in Lesvos, Greece: Beauty and Pain

Posted on Tuesday, February 9, 2016

I wake with a headache. I pop some pills and Jack and I go together to the bus (wrong one), which takes us to another bus (right one) which takes us to Better Days for Moria which is…

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The Refugee Crisis on Lesvos Island and Why I’m Going

Posted on Tuesday, February 2, 2016

I’ve been studying the refugee situation in Lesvos, Greece for many weeks from afar, trying to make sense of a highly complex situation with many facets. Following, I’ll explain what…

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