Even stranger is a town near where I live. It is Cairo, West Virginia. Interestingly enough it isn't pronounced Cairo with an "I" sound in middle like the Egyptian city. They pronounce it Kayro (like the Karo syrup). Completely bizarre.
On 9/13/07, vijay chopra <vjchopra@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
This is proof thatUS geography isreally strange to non Americans like myself.
Being from the UK, I can't help thinking of the small middle eastern country, and the capital of Greece. You'd need a plane to get between them in under a couple of hours. You guys didn't even bother to put usual "new" infront of existing place names... ;p
Ora, lege, lege, lege, relege, labora et invenies.