Post what countries you'd like to travel to and rate others.https://mapchart.net/world.html
>Ghana>Kenya>BotswanaWhat do you have against the 3 most stable countries in Africa?
>>1937528Worse is that he can be convinced to visit Egypt and India but "baby's first african country" South Africa is off limits.Typical American weeb pussy who has watched too much FOX
here you go anon
>>1937519Couldnt quite manage to get isreal yellow. Never understood, why do some people go exclusively to western countries? Isnt the main part of travelling the adventure and experiencing new things?
>>1937551>Never understood, why do some people go exclusively to western countries? Isnt the main part of travelling the adventure and experiencing new things?What confuses me most is when they go all the way to the other side of the world to go to Australia. There are more interesting places much closer to home.
>>1937545He doesn’t even have Mozambique who are busy fighting an ISIS insurgency in the north of the country on there.
>>1937551I've visited many exotic cultures but I don't get the same sense of fulfillment as I do traveling around Europe where the art and history are relevant to my psyche. The experience of traveling in Asia or Africa is interesting and fulfilling for different reason, but it doesn't affect me on a profound level.
Interesting ones so far. About the gray ones I have no opinion.
>>1937519Mostly interested in exploring the East, don't have too much interest in Africa and South America at the moment.
There's nowhere I wouldn't go, provided I was given the time to research and resources to travel safely. I would, for instance, have no qualms going to the Wakhan Corridor in Afghanistan--but I wouldn't visit Kabul, nor the tribal hinterlands along the Pakistan border. I'd wanted to add categories for "live in" and "lived in," but felt that'd be adding too much noise. I've been in İstanbul for the past seven months, lived for four years in India, and briefly lived in Mexico and Colombia, too. I also highlighted several countries as "Uninterested" simply because they are generally popular destinations--albeit ones I'd not bother buying a standalone plane ticket to visit, even if airfare were reasonably inexpensive. I have a confirmed ticket to Karachi, Pakistan, which departs from Turkey next month, and will be flying to Kenya after 30 days in Pakistan. There is a significant chance I will either fly to Tanzania after Kenya, or take a buss across the border, depending on whether Kenya's re-opened its lands borders by then (tbqh I'm not sure if they're halting outgoing traffic or only inbound). Bangladesh is up in the air. However, I will most likely be moving to India (again) sometime in early summer, and will travel to Bangladesh with my girlfriend once they allow visas-on-arrival again. TBQH I'm really sick of Turkey and pandemic travel. I'll be happy once I'm in India--I've been there loads of times already and am planning to buy a KTM a few days after I arrive.
How do I change colours easily? It just goes red and makes me manually change the colour, very tedious.
>>1937648Turns out it was adblock...
I'd go anywhere, but time/money/safety play a role.
This thread is embarrassingThis board is turning into /pol/
didn't really factor in safety on mine,
>>1937519Dumb ignorant amerimutt weeb easily brainwashed
>>1937519>>1937547>>1937799>muh evil china>>1937553Based>>1937598>german cant handle pooinloos>>1937599>brit thinks jordan is dangerous
>>1937519>>1937547>>1937551>>1937598>>1937599>>1937616>>1937654>>1937799Anyone with red on their map needs to leave.
Paint the whole map as "could be convinced" for me.Except for Belgium. Fuck this worthless joke of a country.
>>1937519Why lithuania and not the other baltic states?
>>1937599Good image anon>>1937912Mine is labeled 'high risk of boredom' because I wanted to keep in line with the sorts of colours and categorisations OP used , faggot. That aside, based.
>>1937519r8 me fags
>>1937912I literally labeled mine (>>1937616) as "uninterested." I'd still go to Denmark or Sweden or Cambodia, if I could, but I wouldn't spend much if any of the red-colored countries weren't close to somewhere I was already visiting.
>>1937749How come you left central EU blank?
Europe is mainly gray cause I'm uninterested, and Africa is gray cause I don't have enough info but it looks promising.>>1938146Oh wow, a Sloveniabro
can't be bothered doing the yellows
>Anyone with red on their map needs to leave.
>>1938171Do the yellows.
Somehow like this.Murricans feel free to convince me of any of the yellow states, I just don’t know enough about most of them. Feel like doing a US roadtrip with a friend once the plague is over.Mali would definitely be green if Timbuktu and Dogon country were safer.No red for whole countries, but there are certainly regions I wouldn‘t go to.
>>1938304Make a thread about Mauritania
>>1938304BC is worth is visiting in Canada if you like mountains, nature.Newfoundland is nice but I wouldn't really recommend it unless you went to Ireland and thought to yourself "this is nice but it would better if everyone was poorer, the weather was shitter, and there were moose"
>>1938431stupid leaf :^/
>>1937519Couldn't be a more typical American /trv/ poster map.>>1937547Terribly untravelled for a Brit.>>1937551Reasonable lad.>>1937654Non-"Australian", Indonesia in unvisited.
>>1938477Yeah you're right, I'm not a blithering retard so I must not be Australian.
>>1938344Knowing about Canada is also welcome, so thanks. I know an old lady living in BC so I might actually go one day.Interesting description of Newfoundland, kind of imagined it more like whatever Scandinavia might be like. Guess I wouldn‘t mind crossing a poorer Ireland with moose though, and the weather can’t be so much worse since I traveled Ireland in November. But maybe I‘m wrong. It‘s not high on the list of priorities anyway.What I enjoyed most about Ireland in the end were the people who took me hitchhiking all around, don’t know how it is in rural Canada.Also wondering about Labrador: I imagine it like just an endless tundra forest with black bears and next to no people. Is that correct?
>>1938080>Filename>Red on mapOOOUUUUTTTTTT>>1938304>>1938343Gonna join this anon in asking about mauritania. Did you go to the richart structure while there? Did you travel around the country a tall, and did you ever feel unsafe as you did? Whats the climate like for walking and do you thinking camping would he possible/safe there? Sorry for all tge questions but Im planning on visiting very soon.
>>1938624I'm not the same anon, but I've been to Mauri twice. I don't think it's up everybody's alley, but if you're the kind of person who makes up his mind to go there, I think you'll have a good time. Wild camping and couchsurfing there is easy; I've never paid for a hotel. If you get stuck hitchhiking at a police roadblock, the cops will typically let you camp behind the station. In the summer you won't need a sleeping bag, but it does get cold at night in autumn/winter/early spring. There are no serious safety concerns at this time other than petty theft (that's not my opinion; that's the opinion of the dozens of police and military I spoke with while I was there) and you will always feel safe.I hope you know the border with Morocco is currently closed; dunno how long that will last.
>>1938343>>1938624Anon you wrote to replying, also been there two times. First time I was exploring the northern and interior part for a bit and hopped on the ore train like everyone I guess, second time I cycled south from Nouakchott on a used bike I bought there.>richat structureSadly didn’t go that far, turned back after Chinguetti. Current me would probably go. But I guess you can’t really see the structure anyway unless you bring a drone or someting.>did you ever feel unsafeGuess I was always a bit on edge especially because it was my first real third world country, but overall I felt safer than in some parts of Morocco even. In comparison, I felt more relaxed in the interior than around the western main road.>campingPossible and safe. Along the main roads, the gendarmerie will usually ask you to camp at their checkpoints. Bring some „fiches“ with your passport information for them by the way, they need to take down your data and will be happy if they don’t have to write everything. Same in Western Sahara.>climate for walkingHot but okay I guess. Walked from Atar into the desert until I found pic related, then hitchhiked back from the closeby village. It’s called Azougi and has some kind of unique round straw houses.Is that enough info for now or do we need a thread? Don’t want to go off topic for too much here.
>>1938849>>1938624Forgot to mention that the walking took place in February, in summer the interior is scorching hot. So better go in winter. May was still borderline okay for cycling, but that was somewhat near the coast where it’s a bit milder.
>>1938849Yes pls make thread
>>1938849>Guess I was always a bit on edge especially because it was my first real third world country, but overall I felt safer than in some parts of Morocco even. In comparison, I felt more relaxed in the interior than around the western main road.>Kidnapping is a threat across the country. Westerners are mainly kidnapped from remote or desert areas. If, despite our advice, you decide to travel to Mauritania, get professional security advice. Avoid unnecessary travel to remote areas. Arrange personal security measures.Yes, please make a thread
>>1938870>>1938879Here you go:>>1939007
>>1937699What's wrong with turkmenistan?
>>1939029Not him but I would suspect the many things Turkmeni government has banned. Their dictator was quite the meme back in the day, naming days of the week after his mother, suggested to his people they chew on bones to promote dental health because he saw dogs do it, banned libraries and hospitals everywhere except in the capital. I'd like to see Darvaza gas crater though.
>>1938146Just did not being there.Also Slovenia indeed one of the most interesting European country for me, really want to visit it once.
> International upbringing = Travelling loads> Fuck the restriction I want to travel again :'(> Would go basically anywhere, most of the time it aint as bad as people make it to be ... just dont be thick
>>1938431>Wont go to Malaysia >Typical uncultured swine from NA
>>1939029It's a -stan
>>1937519>>1937547>>1937598>>1937799>>1938477>>1939164Plebian taste>>1937551>>1937599>>1937699>>1937749>>1938080>>1938146>>1938304Patrician taste>>1937553>>1937616>>1937654>>1937990>>1938171>>1938356>>1939016Contrarian taste>>1937655>>1938157>>1938431Shitty taste
>>1940054Explain contrarian taste to me. I felt mine was pretty standard.
would go anywhere, no reason not to
Lot of my yellows are where I've seen some shitty looking things and some good looking things and haven't bothered to filter out either the truth or how to get one without the other.
>>1938431What's wrong with Indonesia and Malaysia?
I prefer MS Paint DESU
>>1940306plane crashesi'm paranoid
>>1942885Why do you want to go to Malawi of all places?
>>1942895Compared to its neighbors, Malawi is safer, has better tourist infrastructure, has better natural sights and is budget friendly.
I'm hopeful travel will be possible soon. Wanna do an eastern euro trip + Russia ASAP.
>>1937519I have no idea why so many people actually WANT to see scandi countries ITT.
>>1937519Here you go
>>1943159>currently planning a trip to Syria, Iraq, Eritrea and South Sudan
This is the only map that counts
>>1943257Yeah, I'm a journalist.
>>1943279>Yeah, I'm a journalist.
>>1943282Is basedjak posting the online equivalent of using a nasal voice to repeat things you don't agree with?
>>1943285>Is basedjak posting the online equivalent of using a nasal voice to repeat things you don't agree with?
>>1943288i'm kinda retarded
>>1942974Pretty based tbqh
>>1943287Why did you post a pic of me?
>>1943282Well, sorry if I sound like a onions wojak. I am a journalist and going to current and former warzones is what I get paid to do, lol