'It isn't what you are, it's who you are in a place like this," she told the London Times. "It's incredibly beautiful and peaceful and remote…. I get a heck of a lot of work done because there is nothing much else to do."
'I thought it would be a grand mansion' said one. 'She was probably a hoarder,' said another.
'Out Yenna' is on a remote part of what is already a remote island and even then hidden behind palm trees — a legacy of her husband's plan to start a palm seedling business.
Our driver told us, 'Col valued her privacy and bought out her neighbours' properties.' The sense of secrecy continued. We were under strict instructions not to take photos when inside. Most of the images in this piece are from advertising and don't reveal the priceless glassware, statutory and famous paintings you get to admire on this tour.