The Radar – the best of the travel blogosphere – is a regular feature on Intelligent Travel every Wednesday.
Here’s this week’s:
- Armed with a rental car and “an unwillingness to eat overpriced Italian food every night,” one traveling couple shows us how to hunt for local food on the island of Antigua. @eat_your_world
Have an itch to go somewhere remote? If you’re a wildlife lover, look no further than Cuero y Salado Wildlife Refuge in northern Honduras. You’ll have the chance to see everything from manatees, to howler monkeys to crocodiles. @WildJunket
- Matador brings us a nine-day itinerary for an epic road trip: following in the footsteps of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Only this time you’ll start in St. Louis and end up at the house from The Goonies. @MatadorNetwork
- Is Australia’s Magnetic Island really magnetic? One blogger travels off the northeast coast of Queensland to find out — and discovers a whole lot of beauty (including koalas!) along the way. @vagabondish, @mattpruys
- Though Sagada in the Philippines is known for its hanging coffins, you can go a step further — or deeper — and explore the complex system of underground caves hidden 2,000 feet below. If you fancy yourself claustrophobic, you’ll probably want to avoid doing this. @WanderlandAlex