A Journey to Britain’s Northernmost Isle (2nd of 3 Parts)

This is the second post in a 3-Part series. Read the 1st Part here.

Shetland may be remote and wild; but it is an oil rich country and the public infrastructure is one of the best in the UK. Despite its small size, only 1,468 sq km, and a relatively small population, just over 23,000, the Shetland Islands Council is the richest in Britain with £266 million in reserve — thanks to the oil industry revenue. Continue reading