Greg: What are you doing with that map and that globe?
Julianna: I’m trying to keep track of Carmen as she travels from country to country. I just got another postcard from her today.
Greg: I’m not sure I like the idea of my daughter traveling around the world with a group of people for three months. It’s not safe.
Julianna: She can take care of herself. You know she’s the adventurous type. Give her a compass and she can find her way around anywhere. Help me find Nauru on this map. I don’t even know what continent it’s on. I was never any good at geography.
Greg: All right. You look above the equator and I’ll look below it, but couldn’t you just look it up on the Internet? It would be easy to find the latitude and longitude of this place.
Julianna: This is more fun. I sort of feel like I’m on an adventure myself.
Greg: I can’t make heads or tails of this map. It’s not to scale and this legend is all wrong!
Julianna: It doesn’t matter. We just need to find the place name, and then I can put a pin in this map showing where’s she’s been.
Greg: I have a better idea. I’ll look it up on the Internet and get you all of the vital statistics you’d want, like its location, okay?
Julianna: Forget it. Sometimes it’s more fun doing things the hard way.
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