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Category Archives: Maps
While planning my next adventure, I asked Google Maps for a suggested route for walking from Pakistan to Syria. From my irregular reading of newspapers and my reading of Karl May’s books a little while longer ago, I thought I … Continue reading
Dear United States of America, you know your immigration policy is fucked up when some start-up entrepreneurs are so fed up with your strict visa requirements for people who wish to work, invest, start companies and create jobs, that they … Continue reading
The travel poetry continues: I used an app called “Apple Map” but it was total crap and only showed a gap.
Ever since my move to Lithuania a few months ago, I feel like I am in Eastern Europe. In fact, discovering Eastern Europe was one of the main reasons behind my move east (I should point out that I am … Continue reading
A book with the subtitle “What the map tells us about coming conflicts and the battle against fate” sounded very interesting to me. Finally a book that focuses on other reasons than oil and Islam in trying to explain recent … Continue reading
Living in Lithuania, I also receive some Russian TV channels. On one of them, I spotted this show in which the size of Russia is compared to the size of other countries.
For my birthday yesterday, I visited Trakai Historical National Park which can easily be reached from Vilnius by bus or by train in 40 minutes. At the historic center of the park is Trakai town and the castle, for which … Continue reading
Maybe it is because I keep moving to small countries, or maybe it is because I keep moving around the periphery of Europe, but sure enough my latest move has already led to the question: “Where is Lithuania?” being posed … Continue reading
After receiving the 25th e-mail from a friend that included the question “Where is Malta, actually?”, I decided to devote a blog post to this recurring question. I cannot do so however, without voicing my despair about people’s lack of … Continue reading