Thank you very much. :)
I don't have any context. I think it sounds like talking about the past, too, but I wanted to make sure.
Some time ago, someone from England told me that the sentence can mean
1. Without a map, I wasn't able to find that place, or
2. Without a map, I wouldn't have been able to find that place, or
3. As I didn't have a map, I couldn't find that place.
And I'm happy with it, but now what if it's
"Without a map, I couldn't have found that place"?
Is this just to make sure to mean the same as the second one above?