This month’s round up includes a story of a quest to sample the world’s best pie © Lesya Dolyuk / Shutterstock Another month, another banquet of engaging travel yarns provided by our globetrotting Pathfinders community, who, during September, have penned an exciting array of stories covering topics from nomadic sports in Kyrgyzstan to the street-art
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A farmer holding shelled and unshelled coffee beans in Rwanda. Courtesy of Getty Royalty Free While emerging technologies like blockchain and artificial intelligence can capture our imagination, some of the most game-changing innovations for smallholder farmers are more modest. Seeds. Roads. Electricity. While such technologies may seem mundane, they are anything but. Reaching smallholder farmers in
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(CNN) — La Fête nationale, or, if you prefer, Bastille Day is France’s national holiday. July 14 marks the anniversary of Storming of the Bastille, which was a turning point in the French Revolution. Celebrations abound in France in honor of this special day, and there’s no better time than this to set your sights
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(CNN) — It’s a Thanksgiving Day tradition, not only for New York but for a TV-watching nation as well: the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Here are six fun historical facts about the parade: 1. It was originally a Christmas parade The original store was about 20 blocks south on Sixth Avenue near 14th Street. Macy’s
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(CNN) — Food travel shows often have a really bad habit of just being a chance for a milquetoast host to vacation through other peoples’ lives, talking a lot while eating their “weird” food. Said host then seems to meander through a city or town’s TripAdvisor highlights while reading factoids from Wikipedia, all of which
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