As I travel from place to place in new and old cities, I increasingly catch myself holding a phone in my hands, looking at the map and asking myself where I should go next. It was not always like that. Before google maps appeared below my fingertips I used to wonder through city, following the sunny streets following the shady streets, following the noises and smells of the city. I used to discover most amazing buildings and tastiest cake shops and the coziest squares full of flowers, playful dogs and happy book readers. I planned to go back to them, but I seldom could retrace my wondering steps back. And so I rejoiced at having a map in my hand that knew where I was and where I could go. Except I stopped wondering along the streets and instead of relying on joys of serendipity I began looking at the tiny screen and reading reviews. I red in the squares and the coffee shops and in front of amazing buildings that I did not see with my attention focused intently on a screen. And so I began longing for the freedom of wondering with the ability to retrace my steps. And so I created the Sunshine Traveler. For the first time in many years, I explored the city without thinking of direction, following the my fancy and feeling with joy at every accidental discovery. And when I got home, all I had to do is to pop a memory card in my laptop and retrace my journey on the googlemaps, marking the funny graffiti and a bluest sky and a magic shop.