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A tropical island paradise where there are few people but many hidden dangers. There is no township here, no post office or general store. Nor is there a petrol station, a butcher, a baker or any other form of retail outlet. The total population numbers just seven or eight, and none of them are long term residents. In fact most people stay for only a year, and then move on.

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