#1
Not a big island like the UK or Australia and NZ. I mean like Hawaii and stuff. If so, what's it like?

Do you ever get island fever?
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#8
I got Fifa fever.
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#9
I live on an island that is about 700 sq km big. I don't know what island fever is.


Nvm I just googled it. No, I don't have island fever. I do love to travel though so maybe that's a disguised form of island fever?
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#10
Technically Long Island yes.
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#13
I used to live in Okinawa. Got bored of it after a year, and didn't leave until four years passed.
#14
I live on the island of Nunya.
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#15
I live where there is ocean is behind and to both sides. Does that count as an island?
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I live where there is ocean is behind and to both sides. Does that count as an island?


No.
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#17
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No.


But its the edge of the country.... Any further east and one hits Africa!!!!
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But its the edge of the country.... Any further east and one hits Africa!!!!


Start shoveling?
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#19
I do live on an island and yes i do get bored because there is very little to do, it takes only 4 or 5 hours to drive all the way across it, and it's expensive to leave (yet it's free to visit).
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#22
I do. It can get boring. But when it does, we take the ferry, for free, to Manhattan.
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#23
Axel lives on an island. It may have caused whatever fever he's got.
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#24
I used to live on O'ahu, an Island part of Hawaii for 2 years. I was pretty young so I didn't really get any 'Island fever' or know what it was. It just seemed like a normal place to me, except the beach was like always there. It was an experience though.
#26
I live in Iceland, does that count?
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