“The 33-year-old entrepreneur flew from his home city of London to Jakarta, then boarded another flight to a regional airport. A car service drove him to a pier, where he climbed onto a janky speedboat and hummed across the ocean for 90 minutes until he reached an uninhabited mass of land covered in palm trees and dense brush. The boat turned around and left, and Saul-Garner remained marooned there for 10 days, alone and nearly resourceless. He slept in a hammock, subsisted on coconuts and crab, and spent his days foraging for firewood.” The wild business of desert island tourism. (I’m not a big fan of coconuts, but 10 days in a news desert sounds pretty good.)

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