Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Planning your holiday through Google Map

I used to go through a passport a year traveling both for work and pleasure.  So like most people, I got into the habit of using Google Earth to checkout the location, print maps of my destination and research the surrounding area.  This works fine until to you come across locations that Google has censored and blocked.   Like people who made it their goals to climb all the highest peaks or visit all starbucks... Am sure their are a few, maybe including myself of visiting a few if not all of these censured locations around the globe.   A tour of the world's blacked out locations.

Pacific Northwest, USA

Szazhalombatta Oil Refinery, Hungary

Volkel Airbase, Netherlands


there are dozens if not hundreds of pixelated destinations, so one has many years head of travel destinations.

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