• No one knows 'cos no one has been there.
  • Tristan da Cunha, rising to over 2000m above sea level, is miles from anywhere in the South Atlantic Ocean. With its neighbouring islands of Nightingale and Inaccessible, and Gough Island, 300km to the SE, it warrants a mention in the Guinness Book of Records as the most isolated inhabited island in the world, being over 1,900km from St Helena and 2,400 west of Cape Town.
  • Hi, Galeanda The world’s most isolated inhabited island is Tristan da Cunha, a dependency of the British overseas territory of Saint Helena. It is located far in the South Atlantic, roughly equidistant between Cape Town, South Africa and Montevideo, the capital of Paraguay. For more info please refer:
  • Easter Island
  • The heart of one that has never truly loved...
  • I looked this up and found that Pitcairn Island ia just a minute speck of land thousands of miles East of Australia, and thouands of miles west of S. America, far away from anywhere.

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