Articles Tagged ‘Madagascar’

Surfing Safari: The World’s Most Unlikely Places To Catch A Wave, Year Round

Surfing Safari: The World’s Most Unlikely Places To Catch A Wave, Year Round October 16, 2010 | Featured | Read More
We know, we know – days getting shorter and a sudden reliance on your sweater drawer don’t exactly make one think of “surfing”. After all, what does a typical Google search for surfing destinations come up with? Surfing in Santa Cruz… surfing in Maui… surfing in Indonesia…...

8 Seventeenth Century Pirate Haunts Still Open for Business

8 Seventeenth Century Pirate Haunts Still Open for Business September 19, 2010 | Featured | Read More
Co-Authored by the well-traveled and decidedly debonair Zain Iqbal! Walk into any Halloween party this year and you’re sure to see a bountiful number of Cap’n Jack Sparrows and corseted pirate wenches. Although it’s unclear how historically accurate these costumes may be, there are...

From the Box Office to the Airport: 14 Opening Movie Scenes That Inspire Travel

From the Box Office to the Airport: 14 Opening Movie Scenes That Inspire Travel April 17, 2010 | Featured | Read More
The first scene in a movie has to quickly set the stage for the action to come and draw a viewer into the plot, making them immediately glad they put that particular film so high on their Netflix queue.  There are an unlimited number of ways movies can do this; some movies do it with great dialogue,...