I’ve been in Southeast Asia for just under a month now and am now finally getting this travel blog up and running. I’ve been getting a lot of requests to start blogging and I’ve wanted to because it is a nice way to summarize stuff that is happening so that those who are interested can keep up with what I’m doing. At the same time I realize that these things can either a) become neglected or b) become totally self-indulgent. I guess I will try to avoid both and keep it interesting.
- RT @ScienceMagazine: At its zenith in the 13th century, between 700,000 and 900,000 people lived in and around the ancient Cambodian city o… 3 days ago
- RT @AntiquityJ: How can world archaeology be rewritten more equitably? #RewritingWorldArchaeology is a new writing workshop programme led… 4 days ago
- RT @seaarch: SEAMEO SPAFA is celebrating it's 50th anniverary this year, culminating with an online version of the SPAFACON in December. Th… 4 days ago
- RT @Annaleen: If you'd like a signed copy of my latest book FOUR LOST CITIES, you can order one from my local bookshop Folio! (Bonus: You c… 6 days ago
- RT @ConversationUS: A metropolis arose in medieval Cambodia – new research shows how many people lived in the Angkor Empire over time https… 1 week ago
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