"Exotic places"... well, I guess in some sense Europe can be thought as exotic ;-)
That world map is a nice view on how healthy the hobby is.
Pierre, looking forward to have detailed maps for "exotic places" too.
[snip] > I agree that Ed's maps are fantastic!! The only problem with the > world map is that now I want to know about all those dots in > exotic places!!! [snip] > > > I just put a world map showing the location of all known caches on > >my > > > web site. You can find it at > > > http://www.brillig.com/geocaching/maps.shtml. If you still see a > >map > > > of the United States (which used to be at that URL) try hitting > > > the 'reload' button on your browser. The US map has been moved > > > to ./united_states.shtml. > > > > > > As always, if you find any bugs, typos, or other problems (or if > >you > > > just have an idea for something to add) please let me know. > > > > > > Thanks, > > > > > > -Ed (Buxley) [snip]