In its ordinary state, this patch of land is nothing more than a rock with a bush on it. But a local legend and a charming little house have given new life to this location, which also happens to be the smallest charted island on the lake.
Looking for a summer job? How about being a polar bear spotter in Norway. Svalbard Islands, which is halfway between Norway and the North Pole, is looking for someone to keep watch for polar bears while scientists do research in the area. The island is inhabited by 2,400 people and 3,000 polar bears.