7 Harvest Festivals Around the World That Make Thanksgiving Look Boring
IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN.
Millions of Americans are crisscrossing the country today to spend Thanksgiving with their families.
What started in 1621 as a feast between Pilgrims and Native Americans to celebrate a successful harvest has evolved into a manic, 24-hour holiday where people travel long distances to stuff themselves with turkey and pumpkin pie, argue about politics with relatives, and then turn around and go home (or to the mall).
Maybe it’s time for American families to mix it up.
Here’s some inspiration: seven countries and peoples that are absolutely crushing this harvest festival game.