A not-so-merry dance along Greek peaks

Maybe it was not such a good idea to ski on Greece’s most southerly island. What looked like hosts of countless tombstones erected haphazardly every night on the tarmac in front of Chania airport, Crete, were actually thousands of suitcases. They were carefully inscribed with names, surnames and addresses of their owners, and some even had half-length portraits affixed to them. These were the meagre belongings of countless low-paid Bangladeshi labourers, evacuated by their… Continue Reading