Welcome to the 186th Edition of the Daily Qurator here on Hive! Our team is looking left and right for the awesome posts from all Hive users and are looking forward to feature and curate some great content. Every day we will feature 5 awesome posts picked by our curators.
Qurator's team picks - 24th of September 2020.
"After a night in Cannes a well-deserved breakfast, in the middle of summer the heat in full skin with a lot of heat but still always smiles both. The most beautiful thing I have your great love ready to leave work behind and go out and enjoy, the nightlife of the place promises to be very good"
From the business convention to breakfast and a fabulous looking night life, come along with @carobaumgp to see the sights and sounds of Cannes.
"The honey mycelium (edible, Peruvian) is an exotic plant, the nutritional value and health properties of which have already been appreciated by the Incas, who called it the "golden berry""
@marianomariano says this is a simple recipe to make; and they're correct! See how they made this and how you can use it in your daily life.
"I had a walk around Ashbourne today, which is a market town in the Derbyshire Dales, UK. It has many historical buildings and shops, and holds the historic Shrovetide football match each year. The first thing I noticed about the church is that the clock isn't in the middle"
Brick sidewalks, incredible places to walk and buidings to see... IT'S ALL here! Come along with @ellenripley for a stroll around Ashbourne!
"The fruit looks unattractive, the skin is scuffed, fruit stalk is not fresh, but that's all we can get from the fruit market.
Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana), also known as purple mangosteen, have white flesh with sweet and sour taste"
Have you ever heard of a mangosteen before? Do you know how to eat them? See as @vannour takes some great images of this fruit and learn more about it.
"Have you heard about Via Pontica? Once it was an ancient road built by the Romans alonside the Black Sea coast starting from Byzantium (now Instanbul) through Bulgaria up to Romania. Now the name Via Pontica stands for the second largest route for migratory birds in Europe. The Black Sea coastal wetlands provide shelter for many birds and Bulgaria is an excellent birdwatchers destination"
If you love this image of the Eurasian wryneck that @nelinoeva is sharing, then you have to stop over and see the starling in this post! It's an awesome photograph!
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