If you’ve just climbed the highest mountain in the world, you would expect to be able to have strong enough Wi-Fi so that you can check in, right? Mount Everest has a few Wi-Fi hotspots so that you can stay in touch while trying to stay alive. The last hotspot is located at Everest Base Camp – about 17 598ft (about 5.4km) above sea level.
Sometimes the urge to post a selfie or to check your emails is just too much, even when you’re enjoying a nice stroll on your donkey. In Kfar Kedem, Israel you can connect to Wi-Fi located in a bag on the backs of donkeys at an amusement park.
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The North Pole
Not quite there, but almost. Two dudes working for Intel attempted to put a Wi-Fi hotspot in the coldest place on Earth. They got as far as Barneo Ice Camp, which is 80km from the North Pole.
There was a time where you couldn’t even post your pre-flight humble brag Tweet, with accompanying selfie with an airplane wing in the back. But thanks to airlines like Mango that provides users with Wi-Fi hotspots on most of its flights you can stay connected throughout your entire journey.