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Started by CTG, January 18, 2009, 11:55:46 PM

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Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

Highest/lowest coordinates I've ever been to so far:

North: 56° 9' 0" N, 10° 13' 0" E - Aarhus DEN

South: 43° 47' 0" N, 11° 15' 0" E - Firenze ITA

West: 51° 10' 43.84" N, 1° 49' 34.28" W - Stonehenge (Salisbury) GBR

East: 48° 6' 54.58" N, 22° 22' 19.78" E - Jánd HUN

My location: 48° 15' 11.34" N, 20° 38' 44.27" E - Kazincbarcika HUN
Chürműű! :-)

1758.40 km

BonzaiJoe

You've got to work on east then!

I've got to work on west...

My body has been to:

N: Helsinki, Finland - 60N

E: Qingdao, China - 120E

S: Chengdu, China - 30N

W: Gretna, UK - 3W
But we can't be quite sure.


zaqrack

#32
Well, lets see. Mine is quite similar, the west is even worse :)
and yes, East is the most fun and interesting direction to travel to. Go Akoss!

North: Tallinn, Estonia
South: Hong Kong, China
West: London, UK
East: Shanghai, China

probably wont change for a while... our holiday plans for the next years with the baby are within Hungary. Perhaps Kiel once, we were promised to get seafood there.  ;D What about a stunts meeting in Kiel?

Chulk

I bet you all I'm the one who's been closer to the South Pole!
Yes, it is me. No, I'm not back at racing (for now...)

JTK

Oh whow, nice chance to think about my travels...

North: Bergen, Norway
East: Lake Issyk-Kul, Kyrgyzstan
South: Cape of good Hope, South Africa
West: Las Palmas, Canary Islands

Guess I've got to work at the north and west. 8)
Vintage Stunts Racing at http://www.kalpen.de

JTK

Quote from: zaqrack on May 27, 2009, 07:49:03 PM
Perhaps Kiel once, we were promised to get seafood there.
Definitely yes!

Quote from: zaqrack on May 27, 2009, 07:49:03 PM
What about a stunts meeting in Kiel?
The day shall come!
Vintage Stunts Racing at http://www.kalpen.de

Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

I think I'd like to work on the North and the South rather than on the West and the East. Once I'd like to see the Sun when it does not set during the night during an Arctic summer. On the South, I could see some never observed constellations (and a much brighter Milky Way) - the farther, the more. These would be much bigger memories for me than experiencing the atmosphere of different cultures. :) BÖFF!

Btw I crossed the Hungarian border on the East, too - but it wasn't farther from Greenwich line than Jánd, Hungary (where my grandfather was born).
Chürműű! :-)

1758.40 km

CTG

Quote from: CTG on January 18, 2009, 11:55:46 PM
Weight: 88 kg

It's better not to update at the moment. Diet in progress. ;D

Usrin

I don't know why I still haven't posted my coordinate extremes. Here they are:

North: 60° 53' 56" N, 7° 03' 49" E - near Flam, NOR
South: 37° 54' 54" N, 23° 06' 25" E - near Korinthos, GRE
West: 57° 08' 35" N, 2° 06' 37" W - Aberdeen, GBR
East: 46° 33' 19" N, 26° 06' 46" E - Palanca, ROM

Colour of living being is determined by the gene.

CTG

I know why I still haven't posted my coordinate extremes. Maybe because they are extremely close to eachother.

CTG

I just pushed out a 10 seconds long bööööööööööööff!!! ;D

Chulk

These are my extreme coordinates...

Most Estearn: Canasvieiras (Brazil) 48°27'53''W - 27°26'24''S
Most Northern: Camboriu (Brazil) 26°58'55.2"S - 48°38'6"O
Most Western and Most Southern: Esquel (Argentina) 42º54'24.20''S - 71º08'48.40''W
Yes, it is me. No, I'm not back at racing (for now...)

BonzaiJoe

Quote from: Chulk on July 06, 2010, 04:36:51 PM
These are my extreme coordinates...

Most Estearn: Canasvieiras (Brazil) 48°27'53''W - 27°26'24''S
Most Northern: Camboriu (Brazil) 26°58'55.2"S - 48°38'6"O
Most Western and Most Southern: Esquel (Argentina) 42º54'24.20''S - 71º08'48.40''W

You should drop by the northern hemisphere at some point! There's a whole lot of interesting stuff going on up here.
But we can't be quite sure.


Chulk

Yes I know, but it is a 'bit' expensive... my parents have been in Europe though, I think somewhere in Germany was the closest to the North Pole they've been...
Yes, it is me. No, I'm not back at racing (for now...)

Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

Quote from: Chulk on July 08, 2010, 07:45:35 PM
Yes I know, but it is a 'bit' expensive... my parents have been in Europe though, I think somewhere in Germany was the closest to the North Pole they've been...

I'd also love to see the Southern Hemisphere, but from 48 degrees North, it also seem to be impossible (unaffordable at the moment). Greenwich line is created by men, so it's not a big deal to cross it. The Equator would be more interesting. :)

At least I'd like to reach the Tropic of Cancer to see some more Southern constellations and to see the Sun in the top of the sky in June.
Chürműű! :-)

1758.40 km