Speaking of that, you mention the mazes that are masterfully well done on the islands - one can get lost if they din't remember their way out of them.
Indigo challenges you to a quiz about mazes. You gives him $1000 and he'll reward you with 10,000 if you get them all right.
First question: Which of these contain a maze?
This maze in Massachusetts is both a mental and physical challenge and claims to be a most complex murder-mystery adventure maze. The unusual features include:
A zip line
Buffalo, New York is famous for its snowfall and its yearly festival featuring a maze made out of what material?
Blocks and blocks of ice.
Boasting a 100 year old yew hedge maze built in the Victorian era by William Waldorf Astor, the Hever Castle also has two other mazes. They are:
The Tower Maze and Splashing Water Maze.
Often referred to as the "Castle of Queens, Queen of Castles," this castle's maze has what interesting exit?
A path through an underworld grotto.
This Star Trek themed maze includes 1.5 million plants and covers an area equal to 15 football fields. How was it designed?
Purported to be the most complicated in the world, this maze was created in the 1700's, just outside of Venice. According to legend, what famous historical figure got "lost" in it in 1807?
According to the Guinness Book of Records 2001, the world's longest maze covers 3.11 miles using 11,400 tropical native plants. It is on what island?
Okay, next question. Described by ancient Greek historian Herodotus, one of history's first recorded mazes was located in what country?
Here's your last question of the quiz. How was the Lost Labyrinth of Egypt rediscovered?
An expedition team used ground penetrating radar.
Bonus Question: Although not originally built as a maze,
the miles of twisting hallways and secret passageways in the walls of this home became an unintentional but extravagant maze of Victorian craftsmanship. Built by a wealthy widow to confuse and protect her from 'bad spirits', what is the name of the mansion?
The Winchester House.