>They call bus ''guagua''
You can tell how madmen they are
I just did a quick measurement and it looks like it's the Pitcairn Islands, which are about 9,000 miles away from the UK.
There is also the British Antarctic Territory but the nearest tiny island of that is only 8,000 miles away, and the mainland of it is about 8,500 miles away.
And obviously there are the Falkland Islands too but they are also only about 8,000 miles away.
I don't really know which one is truly the most remote
If you not count the uninhabited lands, I think it's French Polynesia.
Look pretty nice. Criminality is pretty low (most of crimes happened in family circle) and people seemed to be ok.
And it's fucking beautiful don't forget m8
I dont know anything about it, Americans please enlighten me
La Réunion et la Nouvelle-Calédonie sont aussi pas mal
It is probably more recognisable than Chile itself lel
Was annexed in 1888 and it is 3500 Km away from the mainland
Natuna Islands. In the middle of South China Sea, the water surrounding area right now is claimed by Chink. Smuggest part of it, it cut Malaysia sea connection between mainland asia peninsular and borneo also because we're part of UNICLOS and considered as archipelagic country (some hundred miles surrounding our islands is connected to each other, kinda like land border on sea)
My dad spent his summers there, in his family's lake cabin. He said there were sizable enclaves of Finnish speakers and that nearly every house had a sauna. It's probably the best part of Michigan.
mostly just forest and guys in camo baseball caps
The Pitcairn Islands. Population 50.
I don't think there is anything else to say about them
Rape island tb.h
>By 1917 all but one of the male inhabitants had died. Many had perished from scurvy, while others (including Captain Arnaud) died during an attempt to sail after a passing ship to fetch help. Lighthouse keeper Victoriano Álvarez was the last man on the island, together with 15 women and children. Álvarez proclaimed himself "king" and began an orgy of rape and murder, before being killed by Tirza Rendon, who was the recipient of his unwanted attention.
By far the farthest clay away from its motherland.
Is it a coincidence that Finns moved to live between Americas two biggest lakes in the town with the heaviest snowfall in the country?