Beware of Glass Dust


Today we moved our work to another level, after collecting and washing glass bottles ,we actually started to cut them.The process is simple, but one should be really careful while doing it. It’s recommended to wear gloves and protective glasses. it requires a lot of patience, that’s why sometimes you end up with breaking bottle or damaging it so much, that it’s not usable anymore.

It reminds me the way of reaching my goals (Erykah if you are reading this don’t laugh at me) like when you try your best but you don’t succeed and screw up everything with one clumsy move.


We have hundreds of bottles to cut and to prepare them for street lights and general installations, less than a month left to finish, but a lot of work to do, there is no time for complains. Now since we have our turkish girls here, the work got easier, team work always wins. I wanna also thank to all the local volunteers for the help!

anyway never forget, beware of glass dust, it kills!



P.S. Thanks to Erykah for Slovenian Schnapps, we really needed it in the end of a hard-working day.))


Nika Danelia

Volunteer at Teatro Metaphora – Associação de Amigos das Artes
European Voluntary Service – Erasmus+
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