If i look at some villages and especially look at the teenage girls who have no knowledge of apsolutely nothing, no matter if it´s langauce, politics, geography, history, maths, music and more, they just know to talk about local boys and chalga and Justin timberlake, so yes, that sometimes makes me think I´m living in the middle of nowhere.So you're saying you live in the middle of nowhere. :lol:
yes, it would, you woudl really feel like somewhere in the middle of nowhere, would be awesome to drive that one.
My grandfather told me that once when he was on a kayak trip in Russia somewhere , they stopped at a village that had absolutely no roads going in or out of it. Food had to be taken there by a helicopter.I think the most remote road will be from Jakutsk to Magadan in Russia, over a 1000km of nothing. And then you have the road to Jakutsk itself, it's pretty remote too, over 1200km of nothing. So, over 2200km, only 1 city that is actually larger than some lone village.
But there are some roads near the Bering Strait in Russia which aren't connected at all to the Russian road network. That's what i call remote. You can't even go there by car.
Another very remote location is Manaus, Brazil. Far from any civilisation. But i guess the Trans Sahara Highway is even remoter.