Slow boat to Mongolia
What I find interesting is the info the tracker provides on how visitors came to wash up these shores. Visitors from the Indian subcontinent seem to arrive here after searching google for cricket-related topics; the Poms seem to come via blogs of their own that have linked to us; and some of the Americans seem to be desperate high schools students googling topics like 'Essay answer on Marxism'.
The prize for the most quixotic route to this site goes to the bloke from Malaysia who googled 'A fast ferry to Ulan Bator' and wound up reading my mate Adrian's accounts of his adventures on the Trans-Siberian railway. The last time I checked, Ulan Bator was the capital of Mongolia, a landlocked country. In fact, I think I remember reading that no capital city is as far from the sea. Best of luck looking for a berth, mate.
An honourable mention should also go to the Iranian who googled for 'An available sex site' and found himself reading my not-very-titillating post on Theognis, the ancient Greek poet and pederast. In a country as sexually repressive as Iran, googling for porn probably counts as revolutionary act, so I should wish we could have given the poor bloke in Tehran something a little more satisfying. Better luck next time, I guess...