Isle of the Black Egg - 4am
Here lie the Pius Mountains, a range of needle-sharp crags that are the tallest natural phenomenon on the islands. These are the home of peaceful, mountain-dwelling villagers, as well as passionate revolutionaries.
Klepp claims to have "discovered to date two hundred and seventeen explanations for the name of the island, each contradicting the next. As I cannot distinguish the value of any one explanation over any other, and it seems arbitrary to simply pick one for retelling here," Klepp adds, "I'd prefer to simply state that nobody knows how the island got its name and leave it at that".