• South Africa
30 Nov 06
Of course - who wouldn't want an island:) I want a really little one in the middle of a warm ocean with a little helipad for parties:P Apparently lots of people buy them nowadays. IThere are many many different islands there are up for grabs - its insane! But hey if you have that much money lying around -WHY NOT?
3 Aug 07
If only I could afford it. I actually had stayed on time when I was a lot younger at an island owned by a family. We stayed there for a couple of weeks, it wasn't such a big island but it would take around an hour or so to circle the island. It was actually a very fun experience, we had freedom to swim all day, we were sure no one else is on the island, and it was beautiful (well it wasn't really that maintained before). But there are inconveniences though, like for one thing there isn't any electricity so we only had a generator (which was often put off early in the night to save off gas). Another problem was 'fresh water', we had to go off to the other island to buy water. Plus maybe of course, in case of emergencies there aren't close hospitals near by. But in general, if ever I'm filthy rich and could afford to have a staff and helicopter and all the necessities on my own ~ why not? =)
• Hong Kong
24 Jan 07
If my financial condition allows me to have an island larger than a square mile,I must be a rich man. I would first consider how big the island is. As long as its size reaches thousand of square miles, I would devide it into several parts, some for my own family, some for my best friends and some of them to be developed into tourist resorts. Ultimately I may enjoy my leisure and earn money at the same time.
• United States
30 Nov 06
I would love to have an island so i could have a small town on it and make little trails all over it for driving golf carts. I would like 2 islands next to each other and people could go between them on hovercrafts and also drive around the island on hovercrafts. One island would be mostly for farming and living and the other would be for fun. There would only be about 500 people and no more allowed. If people were bad and violated my rules, they would be kicked off the island.
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
30 Nov 06
I think it would be nice for vacations but I'm not sure if it's a place I would want to live. Everybody says they want to move away to an Island but I bet they would miss a lot of the things they take for granted, like shopping centers, garbage pickup, etc.