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A guide to buying your own island

Written by 12 March 2013 5 Comments

Well, well, just as I was looking into buying a tent for this upcoming summer, I stumbled across this much more exciting option of buying my own island! How could would that be? I could have a bunch of parties, rent it out to P Diddy or Beyonce during summer or start a surf camp or something. After all, it’s OK to dream a little.

So how do I buy one? The guys over at iglucruise.com have been so friendly to design an infographic with a guide on the do’s and don’t of island-buying. I will definately put my lunch money aside for a while, maybe I can shoot for a nice Greek Island in the not so distant future.

Oh, funny link: www.privateislandsonline.com


Infographic by Iglucruise.com

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  • Tia liogas said:

    This is so interesting! I want one! :)

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