Imagine a place that remains pristine and nekomersializirano the rest of the world. Place in which, despite its exotic beauty and white sandy beaches are no hotels. A place where money not used. A place where time seems to have stopped. A place where all are friends. This place is called the island of Palmerston.
Perhaps one of the reasons the island to retain its primitive is its remote location. It could be said that Palmerston is at the end of the world - one of the most isolated areas of the Pacific Ocean. It is a coral atoll in the Cook Islands, located about 3,200 kilometers from New Zealand.
Its territory has no airport, but reaching it is extremely difficult - only water. Actually ships with supplies visiting Palmerston only twice a year. The island has no shops, only two toilets and rainwater is used for drinking. Local feed mainly fish which are themselves exploited.