Invited to write a guest blog for The Recovering Legalist – here it is.
The following is a guest post written by David Welford. The only islands I’ve ever been to are the Florida Keys. – Anthony Baker
I have a natural affinity for islands. I grew up on a small island called Guernsey, and moved to the rather larger island of Great Britain when I was eleven years old. Since then I have visited many islands, my preference being for the smaller variety.
Newfoundland, while interesting, was just too big. Guernsey, measuring just eight miles by five, was perfect. But then I am biased in favor of my childhood home.
There are smaller islands close to Guernsey that are wonderful for a day visit, but living permanently on a very small island poses certain challenges including food supplies, schooling, and social interaction.
Last week I visited Madeira for the first time. Madeira is a Portuguese island that rises steeply from the Atlantic Ocean…
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