lonely island of Tristan da Cunha could be just what you are looking for. Imagine a scenario where you drink beer at a bar called – Albatross to the sound of the jukebox in the most remote inhabited island on Earth, in the company of local fishermen, a British priest, the Scottish dentist and American scientists. This early Shielded place acts as if he had been thrown in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean falling under St. Helena, the territory of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Irske. Sixties on the island activate the volcano, causing the population of a hundred people mostly moved to the UK but were later returned. Today they live there 250. Mountains and hills on the plain lies the capital of Edinburgh – Edinburgh or the seven seas. The island owes its name to the Portuguese seafarer Tristao da Cunha, who called him by someone else, than by itself. Top Queen Mary is the highest on the island – is 2010 meters and the white from the winter snow.