Here Be Dragons

"Here be dragons" is a phrase used to denote dangerous or unexplored territories, in imitation of the medieval practice of putting sea serpents and other mythological creatures in blank areas of maps.

The map below was a response to being unable to zoom in on my fathers village, Wkerti, on Google Maps.
In Eritrean tradition a father's village becomes ones own. Despite having only visited this village a few times, it will always be where I am from and I will always be known as "Wedi Wkerti", (Son of Wkerti).

Note:
As many are aware, all licensed London taxi drivers need to pass a special test - the Knowledge, in which they memorise set routes through London streets, before they can drive a black cabs.
What most people don't know is that in many of the test centres lay huge maps of London in which the acronym "HBD" is emblazoned on anything south of the river Thames.