This is what the world’s most-visited island is like after a year on the road
A little-known Icelandic island known as St. Olaf has become the latest destination to make the move from the shores of Norway to Europe, and it’s been dubbed “the most-traveled island in the world.”
The island of St. Paul has a population of just 2,000, but has become one of the most popular destinations on the world map, with its residents enjoying the thrill of the ocean, surfing, skiing and camping.
Its proximity to the UK has also made it a popular vacation spot, with tourists visiting the island from more than 100 countries around the world.
The island is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, and is surrounded by the Norwegian archipelago.
It lies just off the coast of the Icelandic coast, just 200 miles (320 kilometers) north of the island’s capital Reykjavik.
The Icelandic government estimates that St. Peter’s Island can be reached by road by about an hour from Reykjava.
A tourist is required to travel an hour, and the trip is usually a day-and-a-half long.
The road is only open to caravans, so there is no boat ramp on the island, but the island does have a few beaches.
St. Peter is the second-most-visitable island in Iceland, after St. Edmunds.
The most recent count put it at #1 in 2015.
The first island to make this top 10 list was St. John the Baptist in 1879, and this year’s top spot is not even close to the number-one spot, according to the BBC.
But St. Christopher Island has a reputation for being incredibly difficult to reach.
The island is so far from the mainland that locals often have to drive to get to the shore.
That’s where the popularity of St Christopher comes in.
The only way to reach the island is by boat, and St. Chris is only accessible by boat from June to October.