This British island cluster in the South Atlantic, controversially claimed by Argentina and more recently benefiting from oil discoveries, attracts tens of thousands of visitors yearly with nature, diving, fishing, and its "end-of-the-earth" vibe.

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  • Ever wonder what life must be like in the Falkland Islands, with a population of just under 3,500? Some interesting insights from a pub owner here, with a couple of suprises (would you believe Zimbabweans and Filipinos??): https://www.express.co.uk/travel/articles/1554640/Falkland-Islands-...
    'It’s easy-going here' Expat on life in the Falklands - 'one thing I miss most about UK'
    AN EXPAT has shared what it's like to live on the Falkland Islands - a remote part of the world famous for its mesmerising views, rich wildlife, clos…
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