This Gorgeous Place Might As Well Be Called Pirate Island – Design You Trust

This Gorgeous Place Might As Well Be Called Pirate Island

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Ile Sainte Marie or Nosy Burakh is a small island off the coast of Madagascar and it’s covered in greenery and sandy beaches. Long ago the island was a refuge for pirates, and it’s now home to a pirate graveyard.

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