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I bend to reach under a blueberry bush, knowing the juiciest berries are hiding underneath, where all the other pickers have missed them.
Although it is widely known that Chicago is a melting pot of people, it’s not as widely known why or how it became so diverse throughout the years.
A quiet stroll through the stretch of Rue de la Bûcherie has led me up here at Shakespeare and Company, arguably the most famous independent bookstore in the world, a literary institution that began its journey in 1919.
Bathing and onsen culture in Japan is a unique aspect to Japan’s heritage that can be easily enjoyed by both visitors and residents.
Greeks don’t seek kefi, they find it naturally in their day-to-day lives.
Three crosses have garnered attention from tourists around the world. Due to their mysterious nature, many have come to speculate just what it is that these crosses at the borders between the Czech Republic and Germany symbolize.
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Hi! We’re Tonya & Ian, two recovering lawyers and the founders of World Footprints. Travel is our passion and illuminating our shared humanity to inspire people to discover the world with an open heart and mind is our purpose. We founded World Footprints on the principle of ‘Ubuntu’, a Zulu expression of unity and our responsibility to one another and our planet.
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