Another golden oldie. Where on Earth am I?!?!
Gringo - aka Scott - was born outside of Chicago and has lived most of his life in or around big cities. He spent two years of his adult life in Mexico City (talk about big cities!) and fell in love with Mexican food and culture all while weathering the challenges of life in a city with over 20 million people. Life's unpredictable journey has since brought him to Tennessee, where he is close to family and to the natural beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains. Scott also enjoys movies, hiking, top ten lists, and travel in general. View all posts by gringopotpourri
5 thoughts on “Where am I #10”
You got it, Whittington – and within minutes of my posting! 🙂
Although not *technically* accurate, Easter Island – which I visited in 2009 – is generally considered to be the most remote place on earth. Cruise ships are not allowed to dock here (there isn’t a proper harbor anyway), and the only two cities you can fly here from – Santiago, Chile and Papeete, Tahiti are each 5.5 hours by plane.
Thanks for playing!
The wall is hard but this is too easy right?
That’s correct Mark, but in all fairness, these Moai statues are popping up at museums and parks all around the world. I’ve seen them in LA, New York, Vina del Mar, Paris, Mexico City….
And a lot of people don’t know the actual name of the “dumb dumb” island referenced in the movie “A Night at the Museum.” 😉
Yah museums. That’s natural grass, not a display case 😉
I really wanna go!