Afford your own private island

Fort Morgan Cay.
Fort Morgan Cay. Lost at E Minor

WHILE you're working 9-5, someone out there is relaxing on their very own private island.

That someone could be Richard Branson on his Necker Island, but it could also be that guy whose cubicle next to yours has been empty for a week now.

While Branson's island is $5,000 per night, just 2000km west of it is Fort Morgan Cay, a small island in the Caribbean that even the mid-income earner can afford.

With a personal chef and renovated rooms it makes for a pretty good alternative to Cancun doesn't it?

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