Finding your way in an unfamiliar place is a complicated task. GPS navigators are getting very popular with drivers; there are some developed for pedestrians as well. Those who have not bought one, assuming that it is not worth the hassle, simply conceal the fact that they are not very familiar with technology and prefer to stay away fr om all the modern trends. Still, even if you are an advanced user and have a GPS navigator, you may still need a map once in a while (most often, when you travel). The map always helps a lot in every case when you are unsure of wh ere you are going. Printing out the map from a certain internet portal is not a problem – you can crop the unnecessary elements and just print out the portion you really need not to get lost. A problem arises, however, with “the sort of people who turn the map upside down” when travelling south – the implication being that they’re spatially unaware and can’t cope with reversing things mentally. It’s often said about women or the navigationally clueless. To make such people look more beneficial, we can offer “rotate” option which will turn the map upside down for you on the computer screen thus helping you figure out how to get to the place with the minimum of efforts. You can figure out in advance how to make your route to the destination.