A private jet to Nicaragua.
A helicopter ride-into a no-fly zone where endless bottles of Dom Pérignon are laying in wait.
That's day 1.
Of a fabulous week spent champagne-sipping, treasure-hunting and private island-frolicking on Nicaragua's Calala Island, now yours to command for one-million dollars. We said that like Dr. Evil. Now take a look.
After obtaining the keys to your island, allow your staff of 25 chefs, butlers and master cigar-rollers to take care of everything else. Someone should be able to guide you through this palm-tree covered oasis to the four beachfront suites, each covered with a thatched roof and gauzy curtains catching the early afternoon breeze.
Don't get too comfortable, because $150,000 is hidden somewhere on the island. This slightly-rigged-in-your-favor treasure hunt using helicopters, boats and SCUBA pays tribute to the island's pirate-filled history. So follow clues on an antique map to uncover a chest filled with gold bullion. You can keep that.
Maybe you'll celebrate with dinner on a boat. The chef pulling fish straight from the ocean then turning it into exceptionally fresh sashimi. Then cap off the evening with a custom blended cigar or a fireworks show. Or both. Hey, it's your island.
When all is said and done, you'll leave with a lot of memories. And meanwhile, a school will be built in your name in Nicaragua.
Which is really why you came.
The champagne just happened to be there.