If you're feeling a little (or a lot) stir crazy and the travel bug is really starting to bite, we know how you feel. There's nothing like a dollop of healthy distraction to keep us dreaming about the future adventures we'll go on once the lockdown is lifted and that's where our weekly travel quiz comes in. Devilishly difficult and fun for all the family, the quiz questions have been compiled by teams across Original Travel from Finance (guess the currency) to Flights (those tricky three-letter airport codes). Pull up a chair, roll up your sleeves and test your travel knowledge against the experts. Good luck!
- In which country do thorny devils live?
- What is the capital city of Nepal?
- This flag is the national flag of which country?
4. What is the currency of Denmark?
5. Which airport is BLQ the code for, and which city does it serve?
6. In which country do they celebrate Dia De Los Muertos?
7. Where in the world is the place above? (one point each for the place and the country)
8. Which country has the longest alphabet?
9. How many hours ahead of GMT is Moscow?
10. 'Rumble One' is an anagram of which Australian city?
11. In which country is the world's largest single drop waterfall (by volume of water, and bonus point for the name of the waterfall)?
12. Which European country do the above images represent?
13. Where was The Beach set, and filmed?
14. Where does the popular street food dish Bunny Chow come from?
15. And finally, a question from Audrey, our Japan Concierge. What is the population of Japan?
a) 87 million, b) 107 million, c)127 million
- Australia. This cool looking lizard can only be found in the Outback
- Danish krone
- Bologna Guglielmo Marconi Airport, Bologna
- Mexico, October. More commonly known in English as the Day of the Dead, the festivities begin on the 31st of October and last until the 2nd of November
- Hong Kong, China. The Peak Tram is a funicular railway that runs from Admiralty to Victoria Peak via the Mid-Levels
- Cambodia. There are a whopping 74 letters
- Three hours
- Guyana. The 741ft tall Kaieteur Falls are almost five times the height of the Niagara Falls and twice as tall as the Victoria Falls
- South Africa (and no, rabbits aren't included in this super-spicy curry dish)
- 127 million
Scores on the Doors
0 - 4: Errrr... What were you actually doing in geography lessons? Maybe listen in on the children's home schooling next time.
5 - 9: You need to get out more. When legally permissible, of course.
10 - 14: Better, but you won't be winning any pub quizzes - virtual or otherwise - with a score like that.
15 - 17: Wow. Impressive. Fancy a job?
18: Your underwear appears to be on fire.