Google Navigation Challenge III: from Cape to Cape

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PREVIOUSLY: DAY ZERO (Image) | DAY ONE (Image, 1) | DAY TWO (Image Image, 2) | DAY THREE (Image Image, 3) | DAY FOUR (Image) | DAY FIVE (Image)
DAY SIX (Image Image Image, 5) | DAY SEVEN (Image) | DAY EIGHT (Image Image, 6) | DAY NINE (Image Image, 7) | DAY TEN (Image Image, 8) | DAY ELEVEN (Image Image, 9)
DAY TWELVE (Image Image, 10) | DAY THIRTEEN (Image Image Image, 12) | DAY FOURTEEN (Image Image, 13) | DAY FIFTEEN (Image) | DAY SIXTEEN (Image Image Image, 15)
DAY SEVENTEEN (Image Image, 16) | DAY EIGHTEEN (Image Image, 17) | DAY NINETEEN (Image Image Image, 19) | DAY TWENTY (Image Image, 20)

Day Twenty-One Image Image (21 countries)

Here is Peter and Hanse's route today:
https://maps.app.goo.gl/XfcTn4LFbZ86Vvs48

Another full 10-hour day, this time stretching to 870 km. And if we're counting Western Sahara, that's my 21st country.
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https://www.google.com/maps/dir/3562%2B ... &entry=ttu

The easiest full-day route i've had to plan yet, follow the highway, reach the hotel, time limit. Piece of piss.

I don't have much witty remarks to say, so I'll just share this amazing place, my home for the night.
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#09: Day 21

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The kidnappers, kind enough to get themselves arrested, claim my modified Mercedes-Benz is their property so they can take it once they are out of jail. The bathplug? At least they are "kind" enough to let me keep all the assorted nonsense I bought and the police is kind enough to get a gentleman to drive me to a nearby car dealership. Though it could be worse, a silver fifth-generation Mitsubishi L200 with a 2.5 L 4D56 turbo I4 is not the worst car to continue my journey with.

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The first stop is the purchase of aforementioned car, the other stops are for drinks.

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Leg 21: Seyhan, Adana Province, Türkiye -> Cerkezköy, Tekirdag Province, Türkiye
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1024 km in 10 h 3 min without traffic

3 minutes overtime = 15 minutes penalty
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START: Mansa Wally John, FCCW+562, Trans-Gambia Hwy, Pakalinding, Gambia

FINISH: Appt Chahama I, Quartier Mscir à 100m Tiguent, Tiguent, Mauritania

TIME ELAPSED (TODAY): 9h45m
TIME ELAPSED (TOTAL): 178h16M

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DISTANCE (TODAY): 549km
DISTANCE (TOTAL): 10615km

COUNTRIES VISITED: 20
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April 28th

The finishing stretch! From this point on, it was smooth sailing - or rather driving - across eastern Europe to Norway. Making it through Sudan and Syria almost unscathed was a difficult experience nonetheless, but as other competitors had played it safe or been caught in even more perilous situations, Tom and Yulia had been rewarded with an undeniable lead. All they had to do was not screw it up.

For the first time since Tanzania, the weather wasn't unbearably hot either, allowing for a smooth drive forwards, with the exception of petrol stops (which were allowed to be discounted from driven time). The motorway in fact took them up through the very centre of Turkey, well past a thousand metres of elevation and towards the Anatolian heartland. Nigde was the first large city they came across.

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The next big city, about 250km into the day, was Aksaray. They didn't do much crossing of it, but the pictures advertising it from the side of the motorway were enough for them to note it down on the long list of places to re-visit under less stressful circumstances. Even if just for the umbrella street.

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Ultimately though, they couldn't check on every single city. The fact is the Turkish motorways were so much faster than what they'd driven this whole time (including in places like South Africa and Egypt) that they were hauling major arse and - with traffic being removed as a factor - were on track to easily beat their personal best for a day's distance. The O-21 merged into the O-20 in the general vicinity of Ankara, but strayed so far outside of the Turkish capital that even they wouldn't dare to imply they'd visited the city.

Continuing north, the E89 twisted on its way back up the Anatolian plateau ad towards the city of Bolu. Off in the distance near Gerede, they could see the tell-tale signs of cut-down trees on the mountainside, indicating ski resorts in the winter.

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The road then dropped down through the valley to Düzce, past the halfway mark of the journey for the day. From this point on, it's a straight shoot until the sea of Marmara. Adapazari, then Izmit, and finally, a few kilometres off to the left, Istanbul. The biggest city in Europe, by some metrics and some definitions of Europe. Traffic in the centre was, of course, unbelievably and legendarily awful. Yulia had foreseen this and had very little pushback from Tom when she suggested a slight detour to the north. The clearest bridge across the Bosphorus was the Yavuz Sultan Selim crossing nearest to the Black Sea.

And just like that, they were back in Europe.

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From this point on, there was little else to note. The E80 would do all the work for them, forging on west. The 1000km mark was crossed for the first time of the race just outside the small town of Hamitabat. A little bit later, they reached the last place to be added to their 'must visit' list of the day. Edirne, formerly Adrianople, which sometimes brands itself as the most disputed spot on Earth.

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Greece came within only a couple hundred metres, but a new country could still be added to the list as they soon crossed over the border into Bulgaria. Svilengrad went past, then with just a couple of minutes remaining on the schedule (once traffic had been factored out), Lyubimets was spotted, with a truck stop just off the motorway. That was all they needed to count as accommodation, and from the simultaneous stop of the Finns still in Turkey, they could tell that as long as nothing more broke down, it was a simple drive north.

Taspinar Butik Otel, Pozanti (Türkiye) to Hatayli Gazi Park, Lyubimets (Bulgaria)

9h57 without traffic (184h09 total)
1118km (13290km total)
435 Bulgarian leva (£2961 total)
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https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit? ... 529424&z=5


With Digitdan7 failing to post today, this throws the contest ... well the very opposite of open, TommyKL and Nuppiz are escaping at enourmous velocity as both of them have finally reached the European continent.

Lowest Mileage

3042 Rob Dylan (DNF)
4827 Kinnikuniverse (DNF)
5145 Ducktanian (DNF)
6786 pasta_maldonado (DNF)
8201 Loadsamoney (DNF)
9396 Frogfoot9013
9980 NickyDustyOwl
10512 Shadaza
11181 Nessafox
11614 Pinkd56
11871 DigitDan7
11949 Forti
12103 Klon
12212 Girry
12845 Aislabie
13279 TommyKl
13680 Nuppiz

Only 2 people remained under 10000 km, but it's unlikely frogfoot will win this still.


Most countries

21 Aislabie
19 Pinkd56
18 Klon
17 Forti
17 TommyKl
14 Frogfoot9013
12 DigitDan7
12 Nuppiz
11 NickyDustyOwl
11 Nessafox
10 Girry
9 Shadaza
8 Loadsamoney (DNF)
6 pasta_maldonado (DNF)
5 Kinnikuniverse (DNF)
5 Ducktanian (DNF)
3 Rob Dylan (DNF)


The guys here on top will likely stay on top until we reach the balkans.


Stage points
25 TommyKl 1118
18 Nuppiz 1024
15 Aislabie 870
12 Nessafox 756
10 Shadaza 736
8 Girry 729
6 NickyDustyOwl 720
4 Frogfoot9013 642
2 Forti 641
1 Pinkd56 549
0 Klon 546
0 DigitDan7 0


Tommykl broke an all-time distance record, previously held by girry on leg 2! We got an average distance covered today of 694 km's, which is the best we've seen since leg 3 and the fourth best overall.



Championship

194 Nuppiz
193 Aislabie
185 TommyKl
157 Girry
155 DigitDan7
148 Forti
147 Shadaza
134 Klon
130 NickyDustyOwl
130 Nessafox
128 Pinkd56
121 Loadsamoney (DNF)
120 Ducktanian (DNF)
73 Frogfoot9013
42 pasta_maldonado (DNF)
33 Kinnikuniverse (DNF)
32 Rob Dylan (DNF)

And Nuppiz has taken back the lead.

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Penalties
Frogfoot 9013, 550 (110 mins overtime)
shadaza: 16 (4 mins overtime)
Nuppiz 12 (3 mins overtime)

Bans
Shadaza is banned from entering Russia, as he's suspected of pro-Ukraine sentiment.
Frogfoot9013 is banned from entering Ukraine, as she's suspected of pro-Russian sentiment

Country rng's




Chad

Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 45¨C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 20%

50

Sudan
Weather (% rain) 1%, more than 40*C
68
chance of something going wrong,
General: up to 50%
18, you get kidnapped, they then think you're actually a kid and are all like 'yeah sorry can't do that mate' and leave you alone after 2 hours lost
Darfur: up to 100%
they're tired of your western decadence, go to mekka.


Senegal
Weather (% rain) 1%
42
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
30

Gambia
Weather (% rain) 1% more than 30*C
69
chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
84

Mauretania
Weather (% rain) 1% more than 30*C
85
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
58
Egypt
Weather (% rain) 2%, more than 40%
24
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
71

Libya
Weather (% rain) 0% more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 50%
40, i'll rng it when you decide to go there

Tunisia
Weather (% rain) 24%
83
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
28

Algeria

Weather (% rain) 6%
16
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
93

Western Sahara
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
31

Morocco
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
29

Spanish exclaves (Ceuta, Mellila, etc)
Weather (% rain) 1%
64
chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
94

Saudi-Arabia
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 20%
12, haram! go work on the NEOM line for a day.

UK (Gibraltar)
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
57

Malta
Weather (% rain) 20%
56
Chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
5 you get an overdose of civil rights, you turn every letter of the LGBTQ+

Jordan
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 20%
18 someone tears of your car door, somehow, find a car shop

Palestine
Weather (% rain) 5%, more than 30*C
13 it might be raining bombs, but at least it's dry
chance of something going wrong
Gaza: minimum 100%
West Bank up to 100%
82, hospitalised for 3 days. The circumstances as to how and why are fairly unclear, but it seems to involve the Americans.

Israel
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
31, difficult safety procedures, lose 3 hours time.

Syria
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
1 you hit a goat.

libanon
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 20%
86

Iraq
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
47, i'll think of something when you decide to actually go there

Turkey
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 20%
46

Cyprus
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
59

Georgia
Weather (% rain) 60%, more than 30°C
82
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
84

Armenia
Weather (% rain) 46%
65
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
41

Azerbaijan
Weather (% rain) 30, more than 30°C
71
General: chance of something going wrong up to 20%
82
Nagorno-Karabach: chance of something going wrong up to 50%
21, i'll think of something when you go there

Greece

Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35°C
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
30


Bulgaria
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30°C
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
61

Romania

Weather (% rain) 38%
39
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
36

Moldova

Weather (% rain) 32%
38
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
67

Ukraine

Weather (% rain) 2%
98
chance of something going wrong
regular ukraine: up to 50%
100
warzone: up to 100%
75, you get hit, spend 4 days in a hospital

North-Macedonia
Weather (% rain) 6%
88
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
71



Albania

Weather (% rain) 15%
58
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
36


Kosovo

Weather (% rain) 61%
19 light rain, lose 15 mins
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
50


Montenegro

Weather (% rain) 46%
99
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
83


Serbia

Weather (% rain) 9%
29
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
43


Bosnia-Herzegovina

Weather (% rain) 74%
37, lose half an hour with rain
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
11


Croatia
Weather (% rain) 2%
62
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
25


Slovenia
Weather (% rain) 3%
48
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
60


Italy
Weather (% rain) 2%
27
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
15


Order of Malta

Weather (% rain) 2%
76
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
57


Vatican City
Weather (% rain) 2%
57
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
43


San Marino
Weather (% rain) 2%
26
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
10


Spain
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
49


Portugal
Weather (% rain) 2%
69, you'll get wet, but it isn't rain
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
90


Andorra
Weather (% rain) 1%
94
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
54

Leg 22 is open now, next deadline is monday 17th of june, 2024, 23;59 GMT+1

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Narration later, Admin reaches Turkiye


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PREVIOUSLY: DAY ZERO (Image) | DAY ONE (Image, 1) | DAY TWO (Image Image, 2) | DAY THREE (Image Image, 3) | DAY FOUR (Image) | DAY FIVE (Image)
DAY SIX (Image Image Image, 5) | DAY SEVEN (Image) | DAY EIGHT (Image Image, 6) | DAY NINE (Image Image, 7) | DAY TEN (Image Image, 8) | DAY ELEVEN (Image Image, 9)
DAY TWELVE (Image Image, 10) | DAY THIRTEEN (Image Image Image, 12) | DAY FOURTEEN (Image Image, 13) | DAY FIFTEEN (Image) | DAY SIXTEEN (Image Image Image, 15)
DAY SEVENTEEN (Image Image, 16) | DAY EIGHTEEN (Image Image, 17) | DAY NINETEEN (Image Image Image, 19) | DAY TWENTY (Image Image, 20)
DAY TWENTY-ONE (Image Image, 21)

Day Twenty-Two Image Image (22 countries)

Here is Peter and Hanse's route today:
https://maps.app.goo.gl/xkzSRTgV3c9ksJUR7

For the first time in a while, Peter and Hanse take a little bit of a penalty into tomorrow: even after a miraculously traffic-free run, they still arrive at their hotel after 10 hr 3 min of driving - this will result in a 15 minute penalty on Day 23.
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https://www.google.com/maps/dir/HVXG%2B ... &entry=ttu

I'm out of the Sahara, LETS GO!

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I'm in Saida the last stretch now.
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Leg 22: Cerkezköy, Tekirdag Province, Türkiye -> Šajkaš, Vojvodina, Serbia
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950 km in 9 h 45 min without traffic

Three drink stops and two gas stops.
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Day 22

Let's just say the Volvo broke down (I curse thee, Honkai brainrot!).

ROUTE

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Start: GAMA Full Catering, Hassi R'Mel, Algeria
End: Hotel Four Seasons 34WQ+78J, Ghazaouet, Algeria
Distance: 804km
Time: 9h 18min
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DigitDan7 wrote: 14 Jun 2024, 15:49Let's just say the Volvo broke down (I curse thee, Honkai brainrot!).
Shoulda made a choice to go fight against your fate and just done your task :deletraz:

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Time stamp: 2024-06-15 08:26:59
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START: Appt Chahama I, Quartier Mscir à 100m Tiguent, Tiguent, Mauritania

FINISH: Hotel Noujoum Mhariz mhariz bir Gundouz 73003 (W SAHARA)

TIME ELAPSED (TODAY): 9h45m
TIME ELAPSED (TOTAL): 186h20M

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DISTANCE (TODAY): 634km
DISTANCE (TOTAL): 11249km

COUNTRIES VISITED: 21
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April 29th

Oh dear god, was it this hot the day before? The thermometer in the car indicated 32 degrees when Yulia and Tom left the truck stop in the morning, and with the Land Rover's air conditioning being... shall we say 'limited', some more drinks stops would be required. For now though, it was time to carry forward towards the northwest, following the past of least resistance towards Mitteleuropa. First, they crossed through the ancient region of Thrace, spread out over Greece, Turkey and Bulgaria, passing by the remains of the tomb at Aleksandrovo.

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The A4 merged into the A1 (or the E80 as far as the rest of Europe was concerned), followed shortly thereafter by the first rest stop, the Happy Bar and Grill next to a petrol station just outside Plovdiv. They filled up more than enough, but still sopped again at the Go Grill a bit further west outside Pazardzhik. They hadn't planned for rest stops before the morning and did not want to get caught out later on by missing some. 250km into the drive, they passed Sofia. Yulia's already well-worn navigation skills were complemented by her advantage in the region of being Slavic, but this turned out to have limitations as it turned out Ukrainian and Bulgarian were not as mutually intelligible as she'd hoped for.

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They left the motorway shortly thereafter to properly continue the drive through the Balkan mountains, stopping at a roadside Turkish restaurant for one last supply raid and the store next to it for a refill of entertainment material: magazines, puzzle books, party games, etc. The border with Serbia was fast approaching, whereupon they rejoined the E80 towards Nis in a country neither of them had visited before. Yulia had been to Turkey and Tom to Bulgaria, so this was the first such place since Syria!

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Past Lapovo, they found that at some point, the road was now the E75 instead of the E80. This was their first encounter with the road they would largely follow all the way to Nordkapp, although, not quite the whole way. This road soon began to twist and turn, doing its best to avoid even breathing at the floodplain of the river Danube, which passes through the Serbian capital of Belgrade. Trying their best not to - under any circumstances - hand it to the Serbs, they performed one of their tried and tested manoeuvres and circumvented the city by following the ring road the whole way before continuing north again past Novi Sad.

Signs announcing Subotica as the next city soon started to also announce the Hungarian border, which, judging from the Finnish team having not yet reached Bulgaria the previous day, would guarantee they'd again have a country's lead over them. The crossing was almost trouble-free - aside from heavy rains overnight causing heavier traffic than anticipated - and they passed Szeged to their right with over 850km under their belts.

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The surprisingly large city of Kecskemet was the last notable landmark passed on an ultimately pretty uneventful day. Budapest was almost within their grasp, but they had to settle for falling 15 minutes or so short, leaving the motorway for a convention centre just off of it. A four-star experience with restaurants and a fitness centre, it was a definite upgrade on the Bulgarian truck stop!

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Hatayli Gazi Park, Lyubimets (Bulgaria) to Flow Hotel and Conference, Inarcs (Hungary)

9h54 plus 5 minutes of weather delay (194h08 total)
1008km (14298km total)
153 euro (£3090 total)
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Least Mileage

3042 Rob Dylan*
4827 Kinnikuniverse*
5145 Ducktanian*
6786 pasta_maldonado *
8201 Loadsamoney*
9396 Frogfoot9013
10725 NickyDustyOwl
11333 Shadaza
11966 Nessafox
12248 Pinkd56
12634 Forti
12675 DigitDan7
12946 Klon
13060 Girry
13721 Aislabie
14287 TommyKl
14630 Nuppiz

*Retired

Most Countries


22 Aislabie
20 Pinkd56
19 TommyKl
18 Klon
18 Forti
14 Frogfoot9013
14 Nuppiz
12 DigitDan7
12 Nessafox
12 Girry
11 NickyDustyOwl
9 Shadaza
8 Loadsamoney*
6 pasta_maldonado*
5 Kinnikuniverse*
5 Ducktanian*
3 Rob Dylan*

*Retired

Stage Points

25 TommyKl 1008
18 Nuppiz 950
15 Aislabie 876
12 Girry 848
10 Klon 843
8 Shadaza 821
6 DigitDan7 804
4 Nessafox 785
2 NickyDustyOwl 745
0 Pinkd56 634
0 Frogfoot 0


Championship
212 Nuppiz
210 TommyKl
208 Aislabie
169 Girry
161 DigitDan7
155 Shadaza
149 Forti
144 Klon
134 Nessafox
132 NickyDustyOwl
128 Pinkd56
121 Loadsamoney*
120 Ducktanian*
73 Frogfoot9013
42 pasta_maldonado*
33 Kinnikuniverse*
32 Rob Dylan*

*Retired

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Penalties
Aislabie 15 (3 mins overtime)
shadaza: 60 (12 mins overtime)
Klon 5 (1 minutes overtime)
Girry 40 (8 Minutes overtime)

Bans
Shadaza is banned from entering Russia and Belarus, as he's suspected of pro-Ukraine sentiment.
Frogfoot9013 is banned from entering Ukraine, as she's suspected of pro-Russian sentiment
TommyKl's co-driver is 'sort of' banned from Russia and Belarus because of Ukrainian nationality



Chad

Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 45¨C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 20%

97

Sudan
Weather (% rain) 1%, more than 40*C
6
chance of something going wrong,
General: up to 50%
6, you get a metal allergy, visit a pharmacy
Darfur: up to 100%
62
they're tired of your western decadence, go to mekka.


Mauretania

Weather (% rain) 1% more than 30*C
23
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
35

Egypt
Weather (% rain) 2%, more than 40%
35
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
84

Libya
Weather (% rain) 0% more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 50%
5 the angry goat from Tunisia has inspired other goats, you lose 10 mins.

Tunisia
Weather (% rain) 24%
18, it... actually rains in, lose 15 mins.
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
50

Algeria
Weather (% rain) 6%
52
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
4 A big fan of Zinedine Zidane gives you a headbutt. Get a bandage in a pharmacy.

Western Sahara

Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
99

Morocco
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
41

Spanish exclaves (Ceuta, Mellila, etc)
Weather (% rain) 1%
9
chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
92

Saudi-Arabia
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 20%
51

UK (Gibraltar)
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
23

Malta
Weather (% rain) 20%
18, lose 15 mins
Chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
13

Jordan

Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 20%
17, it's Michael Jordan, he tells you to retire. You try to ignore him but locals want to call with him since they don't have that much great news in the Middle East, lose an hour.

Palestine
Weather (% rain) 5%, more than 30*C
31
chance of something going wrong
Gaza: minimum 100%
West Bank up to 100%
82, hospitalised for 3 days. The circumstances as to how and why are fairly unclear, but it seems to involve the Americans. (same rng roll as yesterday)

Israel
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
54

Syria
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
79

libanon
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 20%
9, The Hezbollah guarantee your safety but how much is it worth? Lose 30 mins.

Iraq
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
88

Turkey
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 20%
41

Cyprus
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
15

Georgia

Weather (% rain) 60%, more than 30°C
68
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
65

Armenia
Weather (% rain) 46%
98
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
11

Azerbaijan

Weather (% rain) 30, more than 30°C
51
General: chance of something going wrong up to 20%
89
Nagorno-Karabach: chance of something going wrong up to 50%
66

Greece
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35°C
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
13

Mount Athos


Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35°C
chance of something going wrong up to 100%
37, yeah, the problem is, they don't allow anyone in that easy, so it takes you 3 hours of negotiating before you can enter. Another problem, you can't enter by car so you have to do it by foot.


Bulgaria
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30°C
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
73

Romania


Weather (% rain) 38%
76
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
45

Moldova

Weather (% rain) 32%
11, drizzle, lose 5 minutes.
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
42

Ukraine

Weather (% rain) 2%
90
chance of something going wrong
regular ukraine: up to 50%
94
warzone: up to 100%
40, you get hit, spend 2 days in a hospital

North-Macedonia
Weather (% rain) 6%
2, barely enough rain to fill a cup, but it's a free drink nevertheless.
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
31



Albania

Weather (% rain) 15%
79
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
78


Kosovo

Weather (% rain) 61%
68
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
39


Montenegro

Weather (% rain) 46%
14, drizzle, you lose 15 mins
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
78


Serbia

Weather (% rain) 9%
2, drizzle, you lose no time
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
97


Bosnia-Herzegovina

Weather (% rain) 74%
7, drizzle, you lose 5 minutes
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
93


Croatia
(There's no going back, whoa-hoooa)
Weather (% rain) 2%
82
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
67


Slovenia

Weather (% rain) 3%
95
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
81


Italy
Weather (% rain) 2%
29
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
25


Order of Malta


Weather (% rain) 2%
50
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
32


Vatican City
Weather (% rain) 2%
90
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
15n they frown upon your arrival but don't act upon it.


San Marino
Weather (% rain) 2%
96
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
82


Spain
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
96


Portugal
Weather (% rain) 2%
39
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
9, Angry Miguel noises can be heared, it doesn't affect your race though.

Andorra
Weather (% rain) 1%
70
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
42
France
Weather (% rain) 1%
51

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
84

Switzerland
Weather (% rain) 4%
97

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
76

Liechtenstein
Weather (% rain) 2%
65

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
66

Austria
Weather (% rain) 1%
98

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
80

Hungary
Weather (% rain) 1%
97

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
12

Slovakia
Weather (% rain) 1¨%
10

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
72

Czechia
Weather (% rain) 3%
27

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
66

Poland
Weather (% rain) 1%
39

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
94

Belarus

Weather (% rain) 2%
83

chance of something going wrong up to 10% (but...)
46

Estonia
Weather (% rain) 20%
96

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
48

Latvia
Weather (% rain) 2%
78

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
71

Lithuania
Weather (% rain) 2%
42

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
69 OwO

Germany
Weather (% rain) 2%
29

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
40

Luxembourg
Weather (% rain) 55%
38, lose half an hour

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
73

Belgium
Weather (% rain) 2%
19

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
27

Netherlands
Weather (% rain) 2%
45
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
4, you get accused of inappropriate behaviour towards a collegue, it's unfounded, but you lose 15 mins talking to the police.

Denmark
Weather (% rain) 2%
45

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
17

Russia
Weather (% rain)
Sochi 2%
74
Rostov 2%
51
Voronezh 3%
17
Moscow 75%
51, lose an hour
Sint Petersburg 68%
88
Kaliningrad 17%
20

chance of something going wrong up to 20%
11, . They search your stuff to make sure there's no western decadence. You lose an hour.

England (UK)
Weather (% rain) 1% (but it is England so take this rng with a grain of salt)
72, then again, what is a prediction in English weather?

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
77


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NArration later, i arrive at the Black Sea

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PREVIOUSLY: DAY ZERO (Image) | DAY ONE (Image, 1) | DAY TWO (Image Image, 2) | DAY THREE (Image Image, 3) | DAY FOUR (Image) | DAY FIVE (Image)
DAY SIX (Image Image Image, 5) | DAY SEVEN (Image) | DAY EIGHT (Image Image, 6) | DAY NINE (Image Image, 7) | DAY TEN (Image Image, 8) | DAY ELEVEN (Image Image, 9)
DAY TWELVE (Image Image, 10) | DAY THIRTEEN (Image Image Image, 12) | DAY FOURTEEN (Image Image, 13) | DAY FIFTEEN (Image) | DAY SIXTEEN (Image Image Image, 15)
DAY SEVENTEEN (Image Image, 16) | DAY EIGHTEEN (Image Image, 17) | DAY NINETEEN (Image Image Image, 19) | DAY TWENTY (Image Image, 20)
DAY TWENTY-ONE (Image Image, 21) | DAY TWENTY-TWO (Image Image, 22)

Day Twenty-Three Image Image Image (24 countries)

Here is Peter and Hanse's route today:
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The boys are in Europe! Thanks to the wonders of no traffic whatsoever, we reach Marbella in 9 hr 58 and things are looking up!
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Leg 23: Šajkaš, Vojvodina, Serbia -> Piotrkow Trybunalski, Lodz Voivodeship, Poland
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1 032 km in 10 h without traffic

Two gas stops and one Blåhaj stop.
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After several days with laptop issues, I manage to finally get my words down! I awake in the Hotel Noujoum Mhariz in bir Gundouz, Western Sahara.
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As per several other similar places I've stayed in the continent, this is a bit spartan but it does the job.
Today won't be a day where I will see pretty sights, it's just sand as far as you can see. I have a couple of stops on the way up to the disputed border with Morocco. First is the Caffe Busola in Lagouira, a popular roadside café for people doing the same trip I am. Quite literally an oasis in the middle of the desert.
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I stop later for some further refreshment in crypto food & coffee in Boudjour, which is one of the bigger towns I've passed through in recent days.
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Boudjour

After a relatively stress free crossing, I am now in Morocco. I continue north to the El Boura beach near Tarfaya, where I manage to wangle a beach hut on a popular fishing spot. It's absolutely roasting, so I can cope with a sea breeze.
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I think I've got another day at least in Morocco, and it's good to finally be on roads which aren't absolutely garbage. Europe is in touching distance - which is encouraging. I've heard that two of the people who went via the Eastern route are doing a lot better than me. I think back to my scout friend from Togo.

"Hello, MŠK Púchov? I might have two players for you..."

I also drop an email through to the UK border force in Gibraltar, with a tip off about a modified Ford Pickup being used to import illicit materials...



START: Hotel Noujoum Mhariz mhariz bir Gundouz 73003 (W SAHARA)

FINISH: interminable rooms, X58H+74, Tarfaya, Morocco

TIME ELAPSED (TODAY): 9h38m
TIME ELAPSED (TOTAL): 195h58M

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DISTANCE (TODAY): 846km
DISTANCE (TOTAL): 12095km

COUNTRIES VISITED: 22

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April 30th
Just a handful of days to go now. All European motorways, no unbearably hot weather, no warzones and - according to a quick check of the position of the competition - no more threats to Tom and Yulia's lead. Though part of them felt it would be tempting fate to speak it into the world, it was starting to feel like a victory lap, a celebratory road trip through central and northern Europe to shake off as much of the previous weeks' trauma as possible. The first waypoint on the day's drive would be Budapest.

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No, wait, narrated too soon. Of course, like a dozen capital cities before it, they would only get to see the ring road around Budapest. Oh, did they miss the comforts of a large city. Even when the day finished near a metropolis, they were often too knackered to make an off-the-clock trip to it in the evening. The last such opportunity was... hell, Suez, then Juba before that.

Tata and Gyor came and went, all they saw of them being their names on road signs and exit ramps. Soon enough the border to yet another new country (for Tom if not for Yulia), Slovakia, was crossed. At least this time the motorway had the common courtesy to give them a quick view of Bratislava from it as they crossed the Danube.

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It quickly made its way onto the ever-growing 'to-visit' list with the promises of a zoo and a Smurf-themed amusement park on the western side of the city. That was pretty much it for the country, as within a half-hour they'd come out the other side and into the Czech countryside, yet another new country. The first major city on the way in this case made Tom somewhat excited for motorsport reasons: Brno, home of the Masaryk Circuit... which was sadly on the complete other side of the city.

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The road forked east, turning into the E462 motorway. Olomouc passed, then Ostrava, and shortly thereafter, the first country of the journey that both had been to before: Poland. Weaving and avoiding Gliwice, Chorzow and Katowice, the road was now the E75 and powered through the mainly agricultural plains of southern Poland. The old city of Czestochowa followed, then the smaller town of Radomsko. At Piotrkow Trybunalski, the road merged with the E67 and verged northeast. An hour or so later, their desire to drive through a capital was answered.

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Well, it wasn't quite the centre of Warsaw, but the brand new Zachodnia train station counted for something in their minds. Completely starved for urban interaction, they continued to pray for another city that day, even a town would do. An hour later, they found it as it wound up being quicker to exit the E67 for a couple of kilometres to cut straight through the centre of the lovely town of Lomza (pronounced Wom-Zha).

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Continuing another while longer, they figured that exits with small-town hotels would be plentiful, but as they ventured further into northeastern Poland, things started to get worrying. No exits were forthcoming. Finally, with just one minute left on the clock and the worries of penalties coming into play beginning to creep in, they could finally exit the motorway. Yulia used her Polish skills to blag a night in a holiday lodge one minute late. Most of Europe was crossed. What could go wrong?

Flow Hotel and Conference, Inarcs (Hungary) to Dabrowskiego 17, Nowa Wies Elcka (Poland)

10h01 without traffic (204h09 total)
1109km (15407km total)
589 Polish zlotych (£3206 total)
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The deadline is extended with one week because health problems. See you later.
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Time stamp: 2024-07-11, 21:58:56 CEST
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Day 23

¡YO SOY ESPAÑOL, ESPAÑOL, ESPAÑOL!

ROUTE

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Start: Hotel Four Seasons 34WQ+78J, Ghazaouet, Algeria
End: Parador de Lorca, Castillo de Lorca, s/n, 30800 Lorca, Murcia
Distance: 364km (don't think that includes the ferry...)
Time: 9h 54min
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Racing resumes!

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The two leaders are now really too far ahead to say someone else than them will win, but anyone can still grab third place.


Lowest mileage


3042 Rob Dylan*
4827 Kinnikuniverse*
5145 Ducktanian*
6786 pasta_maldonado *
8201 Loadsamoney*
9396 Frogfoot9013
11333 Shadaza
11502 NickyDustyOwl
12668 Nessafox
13039 DigitDan7
13094 Pinkd56
13453 Forti
13713 Klon
13827 Girry
14604 Aislabie
15396 TommyKl
15662 Nuppiz

It's unlikely frogfoot will even get classified and Shadaza seems to have lost the will to continue, so let's see who wins this.


Most countries
24 Aislabie
22 TommyKl
21 Pinkd56
20 Klon
19 Forti
18 Nuppiz
14 Frogfoot9013
13 DigitDan7
13 Girry
12 Nessafox
12 NickyDustyOwl
9 Shadaza
8 Loadsamoney
6 pasta_maldonado
5 Kinnikuniverse
5 Ducktanian
3 Rob Dylan


Aislabie's running off but Pinkd56 and Forti are following a similar route, and once Klon enters Europe, things might get shaken up a bit as well. Since TommyKl and Nuppiz are almost there, they won't be adding a lot to their list.


Stage points
25 TommyKl 1109
18 Nuppiz 1032
15 Aislabie 883
12 Pinkd56 846
10 Forti 819
8 NickyDustyOwl 777
6 Klon 767
4 Girry 767
2 Nessafox 702
1 DigitDan7 364

A third TOM-NUP-AIS in a row

Championship
235 TommyKl
230 Nuppiz
223 Aislabie
173 Girry
162 DigitDan7
159 Forti
155 Shadaza
150 Klon
140 NickyDustyOwl
140 Pinkd56
136 Nessafox
121 Loadsamoney
120 Ducktanian
73 Frogfoot9013
42 pasta_maldonado
33 Kinnikuniverse
32 Rob Dylan

Aislabie already said he didn't want to win the championship because disagreement over the rules, but chances are high that he will anyway

Daily random object generator:
2, TommyKL
bottle of ink.
He seem to have writing ambitions.

Penalties
You're all free!

Bans
Shadaza is banned from entering Russia and Belarus, as he's suspected of pro-Ukraine sentiment.
Frogfoot9013 is banned from entering Ukraine, as she's suspected of pro-Russian sentiment
TommyKl's co-driver is 'sort of' banned from Russia and Belarus because of Ukrainian nationality

Country rng's


Sudan
Weather (% rain) 1%, more than 40*C
13
chance of something going wrong,
General: up to 50%
89
Darfur: up to 100%
77
they're tired of your western decadence, go to a sacred place of Islam worship


Egypt
Weather (% rain) 2%, more than 40%
45
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
5, as you enter an ancient tomb, some curse will fall upon you. Everyone you get in phyical contact with will die.

Libya
Weather (% rain) 0% more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 50%
94

Tunisia
Weather (% rain) 24%
37
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
93

Algeria
Weather (% rain) 6%
31
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
23

Morocco
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 10%
16

Spanish exclaves (Ceuta, Mellila, etc)

Weather (% rain) 1%
83
chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
44

Saudi-Arabia
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 20%
46

UK (Gibraltar)
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
48

Malta
Weather (% rain) 20%
4, lose 5 mins
Chance of something going wrong, up to 5%
17

Jordan
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong, up to 20%
75

Palestine
Weather (% rain) 5%, more than 30*C
63
chance of something going wrong
Gaza: minimum 100%
West Bank up to 100%
33, you travel under severe security and lose 5 hours

Israel
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
19, you travel under severe security and lose 3 hours

Syria
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
7 are you syri-us? anyway you lose 1 hour with the border guards

libanon
Weather (% rain) 0%
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 20%
38

Iraq
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35*C
no rng needed
chance of something going wrong up to 50%
99

Turkey
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 20%
29

Cyprus
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
30

Georgia
Weather (% rain) 60%, more than 30°C
10, light rain, lose 10 mins
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
9,the mafia confiscate your car, get a new one

Armenia
Weather (% rain) 46%
27, lost 30 mins
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
19

Azerbaijan
Weather (% rain) 30, more than 30°C
75
General: chance of something going wrong up to 20%
34
Nagorno-Karabach: chance of something going wrong up to 50%
85

Greece
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35°C
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
99

Mount Athos

Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 35°C
chance of something going wrong up to 100%
16, yeah, the problem is, they don't allow anyone in that easy, so it takes you 1 hours of negotiating before you can enter. Another problem, you can't enter by car so you have to do it by foot.


Bulgaria
Weather (% rain) 0%, more than 30°C
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
68

Romania

Weather (% rain) 38%
36, you lose half an hour
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
84

Moldova

Weather (% rain) 32%
92
chance of something going wrong up to 10%
13

Ukraine

Weather (% rain) 2%
53
chance of something going wrong
regular ukraine: up to 50%
17, your car gets hit in the crossfire, get a new window, visit a doctor just to be sure
warzone: up to 100%
14, your car gets hit in the crossfire, get a new window, visit a doctor just to be sure

North-Macedonia
Weather (% rain) 6%
50
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
55



Albania

Weather (% rain) 15%
80
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
57


Kosovo

Weather (% rain) 61%
79
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
90


Montenegro

Weather (% rain) 46%
63
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
13


Serbia

Weather (% rain) 9%
13
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
47


Bosnia-Herzegovina

Weather (% rain) 74%
61, you lose an hour in the rain
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
63


Croatia
Weather (% rain) 2%
73
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
86


Slovenia
Weather (% rain) 3%
74
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
86


Italy
Weather (% rain) 2%
70
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
10


Order of Malta

Weather (% rain) 2%
25
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
96


Vatican City

Weather (% rain) 2%
79
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
6, you're pushing your luck...


San Marino
Weather (% rain) 2%
20
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
67


Spain
Weather (% rain) 0%
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
62


Portugal
Weather (% rain) 2%
85
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
61

Andorra
Weather (% rain) 1%
29
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
82
France
Weather (% rain) 1%
20

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
67

Switzerland
Weather (% rain) 4%
19

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
74

Liechtenstein
Weather (% rain) 2%
8

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
85

Austria
Weather (% rain) 1%
54

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
74

Hungary
Weather (% rain) 1%
90

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
69

Slovakia
Weather (% rain) 1¨%
99

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
85

Czechia
Weather (% rain) 3%
2, barely felt drizzle

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
27

Poland
Weather (% rain) 1%
97

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
91

Belarus

Weather (% rain) 2%
19

chance of something going wrong up to 10% (but...)
19

Estonia
Weather (% rain) 20%
32

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
33

Latvia
Weather (% rain) 2%
13

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
93

Lithuania
Weather (% rain) 2%
92

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
63

Germany
Weather (% rain) 2%
46

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
17

Luxembourg
Weather (% rain) 55%
5, lose 5 mins

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
79

Belgium
Weather (% rain) 2%
85

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
35

Netherlands
Weather (% rain) 2%
78
chance of something going wrong up to 5%
59

Denmark
Weather (% rain) 2%
68

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
63

Russia
Weather (% rain)
Sochi 2%
55
Rostov 2%
7
Voronezh 3%
33
Moscow 75%
62 ose an hour
Sint Petersburg 68%
74
Kaliningrad 17%
54

chance of something going wrong up to 20%
71

England (UK)
Weather (% rain) 1% (but it is England so take this rng with a grain of salt)
4, it's as dry as your gin, which is a liquid

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
19


Finland
Weather (% rain) 11%
65

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
52

Sweden
Weather (% rain) 8%
39

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
65

Norway
Weather (% rain) 3%
24

chance of something going wrong up to 5%
47




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