September 19th - Talk like a #pirate day! On this day, even the lords and ladies be dancin' jigs and singin' shanties — yo, ho, a pirate's life for ye — as if ye could last until six bells with signal flags instead o' cellphones, ye landlubbers. Here are some recipes to get in the spirit: Grog; Pirate Daiquiri; Salmagundi (Solomon Grundy) Bake; Cedar Plank Salmon With Caper Remoulade;
The "U pavouka" tavern beneath Prague, Czech Republic. Taking you back several hundred years with performances by "medieval" men, pirates and bellydancers, as well as eat-with-your-hands medieval food. In short - I want to live there.
When Elizabeth went on her last trip to Bali in Indonesia, she met the love of her life Felipe. This was the last time she questioned love and let herself fall right into him without any doubts. She became very happy and was more than happy to end up loving him. - Indonesia
This character: waif thin and always seen in shredded clothes. She lives in a post-apocalyptic future world where everyday life is a struggle to survive. Water is the new gold standard, and fresh drinking water is harder to come by than atomic weapons. The island she has just stumbled on brings her next big adventure...
The oldest bar in every state (and DC!) - The Pirates' House in Savannah, GA (Est 1753) is the oldest bar in the state of Georgia. Originally built as an inn for sailors in Georgia's main port city, it didn't take long for the Pirate House to morph it into a drinking establishment.