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If you have ever wanted to live off the grid on an island full of Irish heritage? Would you like to be one of the only people on the island? If you are good with the past, electricity and hot and cold showers, and wi-fi?

The Great Blasket Island is in the ad for people for the management of the island’s three tourist cottages and the coffee shop is open from April to October. He has received hundreds of comments from all corners of the world, The Independent reported.

The four-kilometre-long island off the coast of Ireland, in the south-west coast, is accessible only by boat, and is usually abandoned in 1953 due to declining population and harsh winters. It is a part of the property of the state, according to The Independent and The Guardian.

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“It was intense and difficult, but it is a very unique position,” Alice Hayes, who inserted the advertisement, he told the irish RTE. “It’s back to the basics – fireplaces, candles, radiators, heat registers, wildlife and nature.”

Hayes said that there is a small wind turbine that generates enough electricity for a single appliance, so you will not be completely cut off.” That’s right, one unit for the entire island.

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The few who were in the island last year, and Lesley Kehoe and Gordon Bond, the buzz that was generated for Great Blasket, by documenting their experience on social media, TWO have been reported.

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