Rented Bahamas Island: "Paradise or Prison?"

November 7, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

“These are the things I carried: an iPad jammed with various kinds of media, enough batteries to stock a Wal-Mart, a BlackBerry, a bunch of DVDs, 7,000 songs on my iPod, and a bottle of extra virgin olive oil. These are the things I needed: My wife.”
David Carr’s entertaining story in The New York Times about renting a 9.5-acre private island describes luxuriating in aloneness in the land of the bonefish.