Here's another time waster for you guys. It puts you in a randomly generated Google Maps location and you have to use the clues around you to guess where you are. http://geoguessr.com/ Here's a few tips: The side of the road that people drive on will help you narrow your options down a little bit. The language used on the business and driving signs helps a lot. Remember to use your compass wisely! Coastline + compass is very helpful! Take note of the locals - the kinds of cars they drive, how they dress, their race, and their apparent socioeconomic status. Some things are easier found than others You get 5 different places each round, and you score points for accuracy in your guess. That's it! Good luck! Post your scores here. I played two rounds in which I spent several minutes in each location and my higher score of the two was about 6,000, and a third round in which I took guesses based on my first 30 seconds of looking around and I scored a little above 9,000. I'm not exactly sure what to deduce from that fact... Though to be fair they were all in or near North America (my homeland!). For those of you who think you're well traveled or good with geography... put yourself to the test! PS - I'm not affiliated with this at all. Relevant PPS - I put some artificial rules together to make this harder for myself: I didn't allow myself to use any external resources - no Google Translate, no flag look-ups, no nothin'! Whether or not you do that is up to you!