A very special dig One of the best things of working with the archaeological expedition from the University of Warsaw was that its leader was of the very understanding kind. He knew that he was working with a bunch of – hm… – loose people and allowed us to be this way as long as… Read More Where Will You Find The Best Beer Ever?
Writing about travelling to Crimea to work at an excavation site and not mentioning anything about the excavations per se would be a terrible injustice as the dig was historically interesting, archaeologically exciting and simple fun. Why Crimea? It was 2011 and I just moved to Poland after a decade of travelling & living around… Read More Diggin’ Up The Past – Roman Fort In Crimea
Are you a cliff-jumper? Even though I’ve watched other people in action, I’ve never had a chance to do it myself. Would I? After all I’ve heard about broken spines and destroyed lives? I don’t know. Perhaps. Perhaps I’ll have a chance to try it one day. Perhaps I’ll have a chance to write about… Read More Cliff-Jumping In Sudak, Crimea
The beginning of my love affair with Crimea I first travelled to Crimea in 2011 when I got accepted for the Underwater Archaeology course at the University of Warsaw. We were going to go to Alupka for the underwater excavations training, and although Crimea was not on my bucket list, I was completely mesmerised by… Read More Heart of Crimea: How Long Does It Take To Get To Chatyr Dag?