He’s a rugged outdoorsy sort with a homemade island and a beautiful woman on his arm: Richart Sowa might just be the closest thing to a real-life Robinson Crusoe we’ve ever seen. Originally from the UK, Sowa now lives on an island that he crafted from 150,000 recycled bottles, a carefully constructed paradise that spans over 8,000 square feet and floats freely in the water. It’s only 30 yards from the shore in a lagoon near Cancun Mexico. He’s decided to call it Joyxee Island. So, how did this sea-farer’s eco-dream become a reality?