9 Unexpected Places Where You Can Access A WiFi Hotspot

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We’ve got a serious problem, guys. On one hand, you’ve got an amazing vacation coming in some remote, far-flung part of the world. On the other hand, how are you supposed to find out what Taylor Swift’s up to on Instagram if you have no way to connect to the Internet? This is Code Red-level, full-brown crisis situation indeed! Or is it? Turns out, you can watch all of those viral videos of cats doing dumb things in the most unexpected of places. Interesting, right? Here is a list of unexpected places where you can find a Wi-Fi hotspots. So let’s go ahead and do that for you.

 

 

1. The North Pole
This one might seem obvious to most people. After all, Santa Claus lives there, duh. He needs the Internet just like the rest of us. The Barneo Ice Camp, around 50 miles (80km) from contains a Wi-Fi hotspot that was installed by some Intel employees in 2005.

 

 

2. Easter Island
While this remote South American Island feels like it is located in another galaxy, a Wi-Fi hotspot is never far away. So as you stare blankly at the mysterious Moai statues, you will be able to do a Google search and figure out how they got there. Spoiler: it was ancient aliens because…logic?

3. Sarahan, Himachal, India
This tiny mountain village in the Kinnaur Valley is home to the exotic 800 year old Bhimakali Temple and didn’t even have electricity until 2005. But these days you can still connect to the Internet thanks to a 65 ft (20 meter) tower. Say, anybody up for taking a selfie in front of the mountain with me? Not really? Okay.

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