Robinsons quarantined: British woman and her comrades stuck during a pandemic on a wild islandPictolic
Five travelers were in a wild isolation on a wild island far in Myanmar. They can't get out because of the pandemic coronavirus. 35-year-old Natalie Poole from the UK is on Kung Saw in Myanmar together with four companions. Volunteers came here two months ago to save coral reefs, but are now forced to remain in the wild, because the message to the mainland was canceled.A resident of Ashburton and her friends in misfortune for two months forced to survive on one of the most remote from civilization of the Islands on the planet. It is home to Scorpions, snakes, wild boars and monitor lizards. Worst of all, travelers don't know how much more time they will have to stay here.
Natalie asks him to help her return home. After a few days with the volunteers promised to send a boat, but to get to the UK, need to book plane tickets. From the island to the mainland need to get in for six hours, then fly to Yangon. The schedule of aircraft to Britain for the evacuation of citizens announced a few days before departure. The weather on the island is changing, and if the tourists don't leave him now, then maybe soon will be able to get on the boat to the mainland.Travelers were forced to become Robinson. They built a shelter out of bamboo and garbage found on the ocean. From their camp to the only hotel on the island — Avey Saw 15 minutes away by boat. Now the hotel is closed due to pandemic.Volunteers sent several parcels of food so they could survive, but the supply of food in them is minimal. Five Robinson trying to rationalize stocks and harvested sweet potatoes and breadfruit, which grow on the island.
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