Tuesday, April 11, 2006

The next generation

If you've enjoyed looking through this blog, perhaps you might want to nominate a site for review in the World's Worst 100 Websites.

Monday, April 03, 2006

A last minute sub

The Tanzanian website proved to be rather pointless, dull and out of date. Cue the last minute replacement, hot off the subs bench. Here is a Safari and Tourism site.

Saturday, April 01, 2006

No Way

It turns out that a site on Norwegian stem cell research isn't really all that interesting to a mere muggle like me. So, I've found a substitute - underwater photography.

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

That's 80

Well, I now have the requisite 80 sites, each of which comes from a different country - or at least a different island with its own administration and TLD (top-level-domain). Most of the sites are actually routed in a domain from their own country.

All that remains now is to write approximately 6600 words about these sites. Yikes.

Against the 404 scam

You've read the spam, claiming to come from Nigeria. Now see the Nigerian's strike back with this anti-scam site.

Another Non-Profit

World Vision in Uganda. Have a read, maybe donate. Knock yourself out.


The African Travel Review - a magazine about safari holidays, promoting tourism in the area.

Visual arts in South Africa

The Liquid Fridge in South Africa is a melting pot for visual arts.

Sing, singapore

Nightlife in Singapore.

The thing you gotta know is...

Everything is showbiz at this Pakistani website.

Malawi rights

An organisation for the promotion of Human Rights in Malawi.

Do you do sudoku?

Jersey might only just count as another country. It does, however, have the Sudoku website that you've always wanted.

Hello mudder, hello faddah

There aren't that many sites in Grenada. They do have an extensive meteorological service.

The Vibe from overseas

You can listen online to Vibe FM.

Don't cry for me

History of the Falkland Islands. Find out about this British-owned island that has its own penguins.

Cypriate Dance

Latin dance in Cyprus provides us a Cypriate website.

A well presented blog

I wasn't too keen to include that many blogs in this collection, but this Bermudan blogger seems to have a well organised-albeit personal site on his views on politics.

The Mexican Connection

This mexican music history site seems worth a good read. Those universities provide much information to the world.

Sunday, March 26, 2006

Bangla Beat

Bangla Music for download.

Find a property

Well, they're a bit pricey, like, but why not do some window shopping - properties in the Bahamas.

Another Pawn Site

This Ukraine chess site appears to be about more than just online gaming. If you read the rather-hard-to-follow-English-instructions, you will find that you can use money to set up a kingdom in which you then play, bet, and... well, I don't know. It looks like you have to be good at chess before you start, and if you are good at chess, you'll probably get what it's all about.

Nothing like their Greek Counterparts

The Turkish Air Force seem a lot more open about themselves.

A heap of online media

These Latvians sure know how to party. This portal to a bunch of online TV and radio sites is well worth a visit. So what if it's all in a different language.


A nice site all about the Estonian Ballet Company.

Clackety clack

A Spanish site on castanets.


Tuesday, March 21, 2006


A portal website for all of Croatia.

In a Country Famous for Beer - Belgium

Here is a Belgian website from a collector of the glassware from which his country's most famous export (second to chocolate) can be dispensed.

Norwegian Wood

Stem Cell research is of international significance. Here is a Norwegian site which offers a news feed.

Music in Austria

Well, they're the home of Mozart and the location of the shooting of one of the most popular musicals of all time. This hotel website has all the details of touring in Salzberg.

Become a student in Florence

Studentsville - a portal site for people considering going to study in one of the world's most beautiful cities.


Sudanese Petroleum Company stores statistics for the company's oil programme - some of their statistics are in the future!

Philippino Birds

The Philippines are renowned for something to do with birds. Perhaps this is it.


Etnika, a Maltese Folk Band with a swanky website.

The Real Kazakhstan

A Kazakhstani discussion website - lots of text. Search this site to find out about what the Kazakhstani's made of Borat. Club.kz.

When you think of Gibraltar..

You obviously think of homebrew.

Ecuadorian Pie

Ecuadorian recipes here at Holiday Recipes.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

The smallest url?

Norfolk Island? Heard of it? Me neither. However, it's in the commonwealth and has its own website: www.nf - surely that must be one of the smallest web addresses you'll get.

Listen to the tunes

Radio Cayman - listen live.

Don't stick your head in the sand

Ostrich farming in Botswana - all you wanted to ask, but were frightened to.


The Society For A Quieter Barbados shows you the flipside of a country that's well known for its party and tourist culture.

Want a job in Afghanistan?

The United Nations Development Programme for Afghanistan has its own website. You can even look at jobs on there. There are also photos of the country and programme.

41 found

Over halfway there now. I've got some countries listed without sites, but I still have quite a few countries to think of before I find the remaining 39 sites to make my set of 80.

Back to Google, then.