Are you increasingly disturbed by the partisan bickering in Washington and the vitriolic divide within the voting public? Have you thought about getting away from it all but are unsure of where to start? If so, you may want to give editor Farhad Vladi’s The World of Private Islands a look. Within this 220-page hardcover, you’ll find a variety of islands to choose from in order to start your new life away from all the whiners and gloaters that are turning the U.S. – and Facebook – into a dump.
From secluded castles to the more traditional haunts of Johnny Depp and Richard Branson, the book boasts a healthy assortment of isles all over the world where you can kickstart your new beginning for as low as $30,000. Hmm, wonder if any of these places can get high-speed Internet?
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