- Ten islands off the coast of Great Britain
- How to define an Island?
- Beautiful images of an abandoned town
- Island of the Turtle and Land of the Pirates
- Iwo Jima
- How Ireland saved Western Euroupe
- The Island of New Zealand
- The Island of Hawaii: A Day Without Aloha is Just Another Mainland Day
- Glance into Tasmania
- Islands in Literature
- wcturgeon on Homemade cures from Ireland 1940s-1960s
- Dean on Homemade cures from Ireland 1940s-1960s
- Angela on Homemade cures from Ireland 1940s-1960s
- Vicky on On the Brink of Insanity- Hippolyte Webb
- Barbara on Hong Kong
Author Archives: jglover
Island of the Turtle and Land of the Pirates
Tortuga island is located off the northern coast of Haiti and was first discovered by Europeans in 1492 when Christopher Columbus landed here and discovered the New World. After a long and bloody battle the natives lost and died. The … Continue reading
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Hippolyte’s Island Ehh or Neh?
So after finishing the “wonderful” novel that is Hippolyte’s Island I can honestly say that I have read better. I felt that overall the 4 parts of the book while they did connect somewhat they were loosely held together by … Continue reading
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Oak Island Fact or Fiction?
Have you ever wanted to discover a buried treasure for yourself? Well now you can, possibly, on Oak Island. It is located off the southern coast of Novia Scotia and is part of a large group of islands. (about 360) … Continue reading
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The island of Mykines is a great destination for anyone who wants a fresh Island experience. It is the western most island of the Faroe Island group and has a small population of exactly 11 people in 2004, that exists on … Continue reading
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