However if you want to get to a village to deliver some sort of aid and are
on foot or donkey etc. then I assume it would be acceptable to walk through
one village to get to another? If so link using path.

Cheerio John

On 6 August 2017 at 09:10, <ralph.ayt...@ntlworld.com> wrote:

> I think that the problem lies partly with the routing itself.
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> While the mind set is about Western type infrastructure expecting a road
> to and through every village, this does not apply in other parts of the
> world.
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> In many parts there is no fixed rule that there WILL BE a road to every
> compound/community/hamlet/village.
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> In some places in the Amazon (and the Congo) the only access is by river.
> In the mountainous regions of Nepal the only access is by path (some pretty
> precarious). In many rural villages throughout Africa the local residents
> do not own any motorised vehicles at all and access is by path.
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> So unless there is a road of some sort to a village or through a village
> we should not be inventing them just for the routing, the same rules that
> apply for “mapping for the render” also apply for “mapping for the router”
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