Monday, October 5, 2009

Renting a Private Island

For a change of pace, 39 of my classmates and I rented a private island in Indonesia for the weekend. Beaches aren't actually my first choice for weekend destinations; however, this was an exception that I was more than prepared to make. It's one of those experiences that you simply can't get unless you are part of a community such as the one I am in at INSEAD.
What's there to do on a private island that has no TV, no Internet, no restaurants, no..blah blah blah. Well, the answer is that there is plenty to do when there are 39 people that you are still getting to know. Bonfires, Fireworks, Snorkeling, Kayaking and Jenga are helpful, too.

1 Comments:

Blogger Emma said...

So...what if a person wanted to rent their own private island...for, like, the next 80 years? Affordable...? And does the jenga come included?

November 19, 2009 at 5:23:00 AM MST  

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