Mauro Morandi: Man who has lived alone on an island for 31 years

Mauro Morandi: Man who has lived alone on an island for 31 years

- A lot of people are complaining about self-isolation as the world battles with COVID-19, but Mauro Morandi has been living a solitary life for 31 years

- Morandi lives alone on an island situated in the Mediterranean Sea

- Despite being the sole occupant of Budelli, Morandi is leading a happy and peaceful life amid nature

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Most people will lose their mind if they are in self-isolation, but 81-year-old Mauro Morandi has lived alone on an island for 31 years.

Morandi is the only human on the island situated in the Mediterranean Sea, and the octogenarian is leading a happy peaceful life amid nature.

According to the Times of India, the man was not happy with Italy’s consumer culture, so he took the decision of running away from his hometown.

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The man with the Instagram handle @maurodabudelli shares picturesque photos of the island and has more than 49.4k followers.

Because of Morandi, the island has become a tourist attraction and people come to meet him from around the world.

He engages tourists that visit on the importance of nature preservation.

Meet a man who has lived alone on an island for 31 years
Mauro Morandi. Photo credit: Times of India
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In other news, as of 2020, Seychelles' passport is the 29th most powerful passport in the world, and it gives citizens of the country visa-free or visa on arrival access to 151 countries in the world.

Some of the countries include Germany, France, Singapore, United Arab Emirate, Malaysia, Switzerland, South Korea, China, Belgium, Sweden and Iceland.

According to the country's foreign affairs department, Seychellois citizens also have visa-free or visa on arrival access to Bulgaria, Cyprus, Finland, Italy, Portugal, among others.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that a senior recruiter at the South Carolina National Guard, Brittany Conley, has shared the inspiring story of how she went from suffering from lower IQ to becoming an achiever.

Coley, who took to her LinkedIn page to share her story, said she was born to a teenage parent and suffered lower IQ and academic achievement.

She said: "My parents tried but between their battles of drug/alcohol abuse, mental illness, and domestic issues inside my home, I left at the age of 16. I became emancipated at 17 and barely graduated high school."

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