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Talk:Europe to South Asia over land

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I'm really, really, really, really opposed to making huge hierarchical lists with every possible turn on your journey listed out as another branch in the tree. I don't think Choose Your Own Adventure is what itineraries are all about.

Would it be possible to break this up into a simple list of links to possible routes? Perhaps with recommendations or disrecommendations for each one? For example:

This article is about getting from Point A to Point B.
==Overview==
Getting from point A to point B is fun and rewarding. Blah blah blah.
==Options==
===Point A to Point B via Point C===
This route is great, cheap, effective and fun. However, there are monsters.
See Point A to Point B via Point C for details.
===Point A to Point B via Point D===
This route is long, tedious, and boring. However, there is ice cream available.
See Point A to Point B via Point D for details.

Maybe it's just that I hate hierarchical lists. I dunno. --Evan 19:03, 30 Jan 2004 (EST)

I tried to follow the above a bit (if I understood it well...), but I'm unsure of the Central Asia, eastern China and Tibet parts. Please adapt if those are not possible. DhDh 19:08, 30 Jan 2004 (EST)
It was just a way to get started :) Now it already looks much better indeed. Guaka 10:44, 1 Feb 2004 (EST)

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