Four Corners, Things to Do

Where are Your Four Corners of the World?

I think this is a fun icebreaker to do with adventurous people. Unless you’re a flat earther, we’ve been confident for hundreds of years that the world is round. Yet the phrase “four corners of the Earth” still gets used. But those four corners are different for everyone. So what are your four corners?

In the comments, tell us the farthest you’ve traveled North, South, East, and West. It’s okay if the don’t all sound impressive. Up until a few months ago, the furthest north I’d traveled was Seattle, Washington. That’s just one state away from me! I had been to Canada, but the part I went to (Niagara Falls) was still further south than Seattle. Remember that this isn’t a competition. It’s just an opportunity to get to know about other people’s adventures and maybe get some inspiration for your next trip!

Here are my four corners of the world:

North: Northern Ireland

Giant's Causeway
Sitting on the Giant’s Boot at Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland

South: Peru

Posada de Amor
Enjoying a Peruvian meal in Cieneguilla

East: Turkey

Istanbul Europe Asia Divide
Waiting to board a boat from the European to Asian side of Istanbul, Turkey

West: Hawaii

Maui, Hawaii
On my way hiking up to Iao Valley, Maui

What four corners of the world have YOU traveled to? Drop a comment so we can all get to know each other better.

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What are your four corners of the world?

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