Have you ever wanted to live off the roster on a picturesque island full of Irish inheritances? Do you want to be one of the only people on the island? Are you doing well with preceding electricity, hot showers and WiFi?
The advertisement of Great Blasket Island is for two people to manage the island’s three tourist houses and one coffee shop from April to October. The Independent has received hundreds of reactions from all over the world.
The four-kilometre island on the south coast of Ireland is only accessible by boat and is mostly abandoned in 1953 due to the declining population and the hard winters.
According to The Independent and The Guardian It is now largely in state-owned.
“It is intense and sticky, but it is a very unique position, ” said Alice Hayes, who placed the advertisement, to the RTE of Ireland. ‘ It is back to the basics-fires, candles, fireplaces, wildlife and nature. ‘
Hayes said there is a small windpump that raises enough electricity to load one device so that you are not completely cut off. ‘ That’s right, one device for an entire island.