Modern Mythology: Episode 3 – Hephaestus

Hello everyone! I hope you are all doing well:) I just posted the third episode of Modern Mythology on YouTube. Please check it out and let me know what you think! In this episode, with the help of Hephaestus’story, we’ll see how a “standardised” and ideal image of being a human has been oppressing peopleContinue reading “Modern Mythology: Episode 3 – Hephaestus”

Modern Mythology

Hi everyone! So, I decided to make a YouTube channel based on my podcast Modern Mythology:) This is the first episode, and it is probably of bad quality. (I don’t really know what I am doing yet…oops!) Nevertheless, I wanted to give it a go and see what happens. On this channel, I talk aboutContinue reading “Modern Mythology”

Episode 2: Hephaestus

Hello everyone:) Here you can find the newest episode of my podcast Heroes and Myths, Hephaestus. Heroes and myths is a podcast of mythology, history, and social criticism. With the help of mythological figures or heroes from ancient Greece, Cyprus, and the Middle East, I introduce specific social issues and their evolution throughout history. OnContinue reading “Episode 2: Hephaestus”

Photo of the day: Crete

Crete is the largest island of Greece and fourth largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. It is home to one of the oldest civilisations of the world and frankly it was the beginning of the ancient Greek civilisation as we know it today. The island has amazing destinations whether that is natural attractions, or historicalContinue reading “Photo of the day: Crete”

Floating

Here in the UK for the last week, it has been raining non-stop. It seems like winter is getting closer and closer. And that’s so frustrating thinking how this year most of us didn’t have the chance to enjoy summer. Nevertheless, colder temperatures already started taking over the UK, and rain is a constant reminderContinue reading “Floating”

Empty island

Abandoned places have a unique ambience. They can be scary and creepy, yet exciting. When exploring an abandoned building everything suddenly looks suspicious. A key, a chair, a poster or a piano. You can’t help yourself but think questions such as why, what, when or how. But, that’s why it’s so exciting. You never knowContinue reading “Empty island”