6 Feb 2013

Word of the week: In the back of beyond

This week's expression is

in/at the back of beyond

which means in a place which is far away from somewhere and difficult to get to.

He lives in some tiny remote village in the back of beyond.
I don't recommend that hotel. It's at the back of beyond.

How would you say that in Spanish? Write your answer in a comment!

1 comment:

  1. It could mean "en el último rincón" or in a more common way "a tomar por ....", but the last word sounds very bad!