The Secret Back Door to the Entire World

The Secret Back Door to the Entire World

This is just perfect for armchair travelers and people with incurable wanderlust. Take a step through this virtual door and be transported to some of the most curious, random and exotic locations in the world, all courtesy of Google Maps/ Google Earth. What a clever idea by this British door replacement company. Surely the marketing idea of the century! In the past hour I’ve traveled through a virtual wormhole to a Japanese bag shop, a wax museum in Madrid, a sauna in Sweden, a forest in the Netherlands and the oval office at the White House.   The Secret Door

The Secret Back Door to the Entire World

Pretty cool. Let me know how you go…


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Content Catnip is a quirky internet wunderkammer written by an Intergalactic Space Māori named Content Catnip. Join me as I meander through the quirky and curious aspects of history, indigenous spirituality, the natural world, animals, art, storytelling, books, philosophy, travel, Māori culture and loads more.

11 thoughts on “The Secret Back Door to the Entire World

  1. The first place I went was an abandoned Japanese warehouse and then I went under the sea in the Phillipines! I was stoked with the abandoned shots, the mysterious door knows me so well!! Hehe

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    1. I know! I know! It takes you to amazing places, none are dull. I don’t know how they managed it but it’s really cool. Have wasted a few hours with this LOL, and I haven’t yet gone to the same place twice! YAY for fun distractions hehe

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  2. Absolutely Fabulous!!

    The first place I went was a virtual art museum (that’s just uncanny). The second was the studio for a rock band. Then I visited the interior of the Hiroshima Memorial.

    I could do this forever and never get bored!!


    Very Best Regards,

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    1. I am so glad you liked it Eric. Yeah me too, and I did spend about five hours on there, that music becomes a bit repetitive after a few hours though I have to say. Will have to jump back in again for some armchair travel soon, take care. Enjoy! 🙂


      1. Shared the link with my wife and daughter, also a few friends at work. Everyone loves it!! When the music gets to me I just mute the sound on my computer and keep traveling.

        I haven’t had this much fun since I discovered the “Fruit Bump” game for my Kindle!!

        Best Regards,

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      2. Yeah that’s a good idea, I think I will do a bit of a travel today when I have a lunch break but with the sound down, it’s lovely way to daydream. So glad your wife and daughter were impressed with it, that’s cool!! 🙂


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