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Mummies, mole people, and cursed mysterious artifacts. Yes, archaeology has its fair share of Hollywood created horrors. For the most part, they're quite entertaining, but if you want to know what really scares archaeologists, keep reading ... Read More
Mont Saint-Michel is a visually striking island located off the lower Normandy coast at the mouth of the Couesnon River in France. For many, it's a must-see site in France. It was on my list too; however, during our two-month stay in France time quickly passed and suddenly, we only had two weeks left. We quickly booked a train and hotel and made our way to Mont Saint Michel at the end of last November. Our haphazard planning made for memorable misadventures and this post will detail some after-the-fact advice on planning a trip and experiencing Mont Saint Michel ... Read More
For many travellers New Zealand is a must-visit destination. Personally, I've wanted to visit the country since I was a kid. Why? At some point during my childhood, I came across an old newspaper insert, The Mini-Page, titled Let's Visit New Zealand. On the fourth page, there was a section that read 'No Snakes'. I was sold ... Read More
You won't see the Catlins on your typical tourist lists of must-see places in New Zealand. This is probably because it is a bit out of the way. This post details what we decided to see and some tips for planning a day trip to the Catlins ... Read More
One of the most frequent questions that I get from undergraduate archaeology majors is some variant of 'How did you get to where you are now?' This is a valid question as every archaeologist has a different story and career trajectory. That being said, I think what most undergraduates are really asking is 'What can I do now, as an undergraduate, to become an archaeologist?' That's a bit tricky because there is not a 'one-fits-all' approach in charting out a career path in archaeology. Still, there are things you can do to create a solid foundation for a career in archaeology. If you're an undergraduate student who is excited about archaeology, this post is for you ... Read More
Years ago when I researched potential honeymoon locations, the Azores popped up on my radar. An image of bright green pastures set against the backdrop of the strikingly blue Atlantic Ocean piqued my interest. Though we ended up going to New Zealand for our honeymoon (no complaints there!), I still hoped to travel to the Azores one day. That dream became a reality not so long ago. My favorite walk of our trip was on the island of São Miguel. In this post, I will share our experience and tips for visiting the Lagoa do Fogo in the Azores. ... Read More
I love reading blog posts. There are so many creative people out there with excellent content and fascinating perspectives. Currently, there are several ways to follow blogs. In this post, I provide an overview of various ways to follow blogs, their pros and cons, and my own method. ... Read More