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LP Pathfinders: top posts from January 2018

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LP Pathfinders: top posts from January 2018

This month’s blog round up includes a post on Penang’s street food scene with an innovative twist © Carlina Teteris / Getty Images
The beginning of a new year is a time for both reflection and preparation, and this month?s blog post submissions from our Pathfinders left us with a lot to think about. We?ve been wowed by offbeat wildlife encounters in Mexico, humbled by the sight of mighty eagle-assisted hunters in Kyrgyzstan and left pondering over current issues pervading the online travelsphere.
Though it was a tough task to narrow down our favourites, here?s our pick of travel blog posts from our Pathfinder community in January.
The Monarchs of Macheros, Mexico ? Jessie Stringfield
It?s always refreshing to read a travel yarn that manages to completely capture the imagination, and Jessie?s piece on the monarch butterfly migration in Mexico sent us into a flutter. A lesser-known wondrous wildlife experience is brought to life through crisp, colourful images and engaging writing, with Jessie doing a great job of stressing the sustainability of the current infrastructure surrounding the phenomenon ? an aspect of the experience that will hopefully endure as the spectacle grows in popularity.
Jessie is a blogger from the USA hoping to inspire everyone to get out and see the world. Sample more of her stories at
Atacama Desert: a no sleeping experience ? Javi Lorbada
Javi?s photos are exceptional, and while the images in his visual journey across the...
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