- Thomas Anderson
- Portland, ME
- United States
Would it be possible to safely drive from Cape Town Africa to Cape Horn Chile, with only one ferry ride across the Bering Strait?
Would it be possible to drive from Cape Town, Africa to Cape Horn, Chile? If not, it should be. We need a 10 lane highway the whole distance, with no speed limit, and a gas station every mile...with a 10 lane bridge over the Bering Straight. And all 7 billion people should have to travel the whole distance at least one time. Lets get moving.
A possible route would be from Cape Town to Cairo, over to Uelen Russia, take a ferry across the Bering Strait, and then drive from Alaska to Cape Horn.
Possible? Are there gas stations across Russia? Would it be safe?