Perceptions of efficiency – and cleanliness – can differ, Maria Golia discovers.
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Maria Golia recalls why part of her Egyptian education involved learning how to break the rules.
‘Make do and mend’ is a time-honoured Egyptian talent, discovers Maria Golia.
Even when the odds are stacked against them, Maria Golia observes her neighbour’s family taking life as it comes.
Maria Golia goes into battle for the underdog – and then wonders just what she has done.
In the damp, dark winter, Maria Golia finds cold comfort in a pharmacy queue.
From brandished bottoms to a difficult death, Maria Golia plays nurse for her neighbours.
Patience is running thin and tempers are flaring in Maria Golia’s apartment block.