Since I started this blog, it has reached readers in most of the world. Most of those countries not registering at least one reader are understandable, such as North Korea, South Sudan and Yemen.
The majority of blank sections on the map are in Africa, followed by central Asia.
In the Americas only Uruguay and Cuba are noticeably absent, and is Greenland classed as being part of North America? That is the single largest landmass showing as visitor-less on my map of blog visits. Europe seems only to be missing Kosovo, a small white patch I overlooked at first.
Apart from small islands (and any other tiny countries) not visible on the map, the following is a list of places I’ve identified that so far haven’t visited this blog.
Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Cuba, Equatorial Guinea. Gabon, Greenland, Guinea- Bissau, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, North Korea, Papua New Guinea, Republic of Congo, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Tajikistan, The Gambia, Togo, Turkmenistan, Uruguay, Western Sahara, Yemen.
It’s been exciting to see previous gaps being filled in the world map, especially those countries lacking easy access to the gospel message.