Field Log: Philippines Pt: 1 Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

This year was the 10th year that my university was offering an archaeological field school in the Philippines. I had looked at applying the past two years but I always had an excuse not to do it. But, with 2018 (hopefully) being the final year of a very drawn out undergraduate career I was quickly … Continue reading Field Log: Philippines Pt: 1 Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

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Day Two: Googong, NSW

Day two was a much better day. Both in terms of finds and in terms of not turning into a 5 ft 1 Zooper Dooper. I even managed to get a coffee on the way to campus. I had this archaeology thing DOWN. I got to site with a bit of a better handle on […]

Day One: Googong, NSW

June 6th will forever be a date that holds great importance to me. And no, not because of D-Day (which in hindsight as someone who has spent her entire adult life bouncing around between different history and archaeology degrees this probably should be the case)  but because I am an entirely flawed, selfish and narcissistic […]