This looks like an interesting solution for traveling in areas that don't have traditional addresses. https://what3words.com/wounds.client.face According to an article I read, it allows someone to share a location that may not have a traditional address, and the app is used to navigate to the exact spot (links to Google maps). The article states that Mongolia has adopted this system for their postal service. The builders broke up the planet Earth into trillions of 3m squares. Each square is assigned a random 3-word identity. My living room is composed of ~6 squares and when I used wifi to show my location, it was scary accurate; showing the exact corner of the living room where I was sitting- that gives you an idea of how accurate it can be. When I tried it using cell service, it was not as accurate, but I only get a couple bars at my house. My typical front porch sitting and strumming location is headlined.flickers.called! Multiple languages are available so if you are traveling in a different country, you can load the language of that country then ask your AirBnB to use the app and share their location. Location can be loaded into the map of your choice when on-line, then navigate while off-line. I am going to see if I can figure out a way to share locations on my GPS so I don't need to worry about off-line maps. It may eliminate directions that include phrases like, "turn left at the cow." Seriously, that was a phrase used to direct me to a store when I was traveling in Central America. I'm going to play around with it a little on my next ride. Free app for iOS and Android.