A resident of Perm has accumulated on the island in the Pacific Ocean
• A resident of Perm has accumulated on the island in the Pacific Ocean
"One has only to wish and dream can become a reality," - so says a resident of Perm Viola Novoselov. It acquired for himself an island in the Pacific Ocean, which once were shooting the film "The Blue Lagoon". Sun, palm trees, quiet beach - this paradise is literally created to forget the worries and relax away from everyone.
10 years ago, the Permian Viola Novoselova had a dream - to buy for themselves stretch of beach on an island in the Pacific Ocean. Gradually, her imagination turned into an island beach hotel. And now, after a few years of Viola in the possession of the island really appeared. Rather the woman took it on lease for 99 years. He called Nanuya Levu and refers to the state of Fiji.
When asked how she did it, she replies that simply no longer waste money as her friend. By the way, Viola Novoselov Perm owns several bars and a hotel. Businesswoman claims that the value of land in Fiji is almost the same as in one of the elite settlements near Perm (1 hectares - about 20 000 euros). If we consider that the island area is approximately 30 acres, it is easy to calculate how much cost the Viola this paradise.
In the near future permyachka plans to build a hotel on the island and to attract tourists. Technical details of its construction the woman left her husband, she herself will design the hotel. Viola will recruit residents from neighboring islands and personally teach them all the details of the service.
A shot from the k / f "Blue Lagoon" (1980).
Viola Novoselov says that acquiring Nanuya Levu, she did not even know that he was once a film set for the film "The Blue Lagoon" about two young men, from childhood living on a desert island. At the request of the director Randall Kleiser paintings on the island brought a lot of palm trees and colorful exotic birds and small animals. According to the owner, Blue Lagoon in reality is much more picturesque than the screen.
A resident of Perm bought the island where the movie was "The Blue Lagoon".