Share your furthest wayspot!

Welcome explorers! I know some of you have been exploring the world for several years, trying to find some hidden treasures. Sometimes we need to travel hundreds or thousands of kilometers to submit them. This is your moment to be proud of yourself, let’s show to the community the results of your effort! Please post your furthest accepted wayspot in relation with the place you usually be. Is not necessary to be your favorite wayspot, for that you can post it in New Forum: Favorite Wayspots!

Here is mine. Last year I did my dreamed trip to Japan, travelling around 10.800km and being able to submit some wayspots. The furthest I made to submit was one inside the Sensō-ji Temple in Tokyo. This one is an old rock with poems from a famous Japanese poet that dates from 1816!

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This glass art is inside the Imperial Café (today McDonald’s) in Porto, Portugal! It’s over 2.000 kilometres away from me. Submitted during the Porto Anomaly Weekend!

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This one was a joy for me to submit, as it’s located along one of the best birding trails in the world - and a long way from lovely cool New York State! We took a family vacation to Panama, and I got multiple Wayspots accepted in the small town where we stayed. Great memories!

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A bird hide in a country park in Leicestershire, England

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The Fern Spur Incline is along a hiking trail on an old gold mining site in New Zealand, 13,166 km from my home.

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