A how to read "Maps" travel tip.
Tue, 5 Mar 2013 05:06:52
Remove Borders Map Reading Travel Tip
They invented maps before countries, there are rivers, mountains and many important reasons a country, became a country.
Maps are confusing, but are accurate, and guidebook writers seem like your friend. Then one day you realize it is best to read the guide, but follow the map.
I look at maps for hours, trying to find the true story of a country, or land. There are many types of map, on HoboTraveler.com, we have a page called way finding maps.
Many types of maps from religion to visas:
There are two normal maps:
1. Map with road, and country borders.
2. Maps with just the terrain, maybe a topography map.
Here is the Map Travel Tips:
“LOOK at Both maps.”
4 Examples of Same Map Area:
This is a list of WayFinding Maps:
North America Airline Hubs Map
Time Zone Map
Purchasing Power Parity
European Ties to Africa
USA Citizens - Visa on Arrival MAPS
Airfares - Around the Word Trip Path
World Heritage Map
Tropical Sunset Over Water Map
Cities with at least 1 Million Inhabitants
Population Density Map
Super Slow Visa Map - USA Citizens can stay 90 days or more Maps
Future Maps yet to be found or added
- Visa requirement status
- Length of tourist stay
- Entry/exit costs
Happy Travelers Index
Water and Rain
Threats and risks
Rainforest - Tropical and Temperate
Guidebook Cost of Travel Maps