(CNN) — Shoulder season is almost here, when travel transitions from peak crowds and prices to something — hopefully — a little more mellow. Join us for our roundup of weekly travel news as well as tips for where to travel in late 2022.
Seasons in the sun
Taste the world
Malted millet ice cream. Millet, a drought resistant cereal, is a key crop in many semi-arid regions in Africa.
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Trains and planes
World premiere: 14 Coradia iLint to start passenger service on first 100% hydrogen operated route.
Severe drought conditions around the world have had the side effect that long-lost archeological treasures are now regularly being revealed.
World’s coolest streets
Karangahape Road in Auckland, New Zealand.
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In case you missed it
Remember phone boxes, travel agencies and turning up somewhere at an agreed time like we said we would?
Next month, it will be 21 years since little Gander Airport in Newfoundland, Canada, sheltered 7,000 people on 9/11.
The sad and eventful story of the world’s first floating hotel.