Play log of GeoGuessr Part1

Posted on January 14, 2023 (Last modified on January 15, 2023) 2 min read  • 405 words
Play log of GeoGuessr Part1

I saw the following video and thought it looked like a lot of fun, so I decided to try it myself and played GeoGuessr for the first time.

GeoGuessr - Let’s explore the world!

I just registered an account and played with it. The account was created at nanjakorewa. I assumed that it was a Japan-only game, but I can play for each country and the entire world. To be honest, it was a lot of fun, so I think I will do it again. It is difficult to play on weekdays, so I’ll play on weekends.

①New Britain

A town with not much signage, only rows of trash cans. I’ve associated them with American garbage companies such as:

  • Waste Management, Inc.
  • Waste Connections, Inc.
  • Republic Services, Inc.
  • Casella Waste Systems, Inc.

Because I had previously researched the company myself. But to my surprise, it was none other than Whitetail Disposal, a local garbage collection company. If it was one of the above, I could narrow down the area somewhat like the following….

Waste Management Locations[1]


Since the name of the road was BR-XXX and the domain was .br, I assumed it was in Brazil. By the way, there are some roads that are not BR, so this decision seems to have been wrong.


From the information I received in the chat room, I quickly figured out that it was Moscow. I should have decided on “moscow” more quickly and looked for the station. But it is difficult to understand a language you don’t know how to read.


The place really has no signage at all and no stores. The only sign is PEMEX and on the wall of a house it says Tacos….

It is too messy to determine Mexico from Tacos alone, but I vaguely remember CEMEX (Cemex S.A.B de C.V.) from PEMEX and think it is Mexico.

I was told in the chatbox that Corona is identifiable as Mexican in that it is a beer of Mexican origin. However, there were no houses or signs, so the location remained unknown, and in the end, I decided on a random place


The location was written on a sign, and I immediately recognized the name of the city. I also knew the approximate location from the direction of the sea, but as expected, it took some getting used to to determine the detailed location.


I like coffee and butterflies.