In Darrin Duford’s new book Breakfast for Alligators, he visits an organic macadamia nut farm in rural Guatemala to see how the healthy nut crop is grown
About Darrin Duford
Darrin DuFord has written food and travel pieces for BBC Travel, the San Francisco Chronicle, Gastronomica, Vice, World Hum, Narratively, and other publications. His debut book, Is There a Hole in the Boat? Tales of Travel in Panama Without a Car, won a silver medal in the 2007 Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Awards. His narratives appear in the anthologies Stories of Music Volume 1 (Timbre Press, 2015), Adventures of a Lifetime: Travel Tales from around the World (World Traveler Press, 2015), and The Best Travel Writing Volume 11 (Travelers' Tales). He lives in Queens, New York, America's most diverse county.
Articles by Darrin Duford:
Darrin DuFord visits Otavalo, Ecuador, exploring the livestock and craft markets, dining on new and different delicacies, and attending a cockfight.