Deep within the jungle there lies a treasure of untold proportion. Lost for a thousand years and overgrown with vines and trees, the temple of Angkor Wat was a site of religious sacrifice by ancient priests. Legend says the temple was constructed on the banks of a river of foul water that ran red when the priests were at their work. Crocodiles and flesh eating fish made the water foam and bubble. The temple had a bridge at its center, which crossed over vats that held the putrid remains of their handiwork. Little more is known of this archaic site, except that the priests were said to guard a box that held the fortunes of their empire.
Your job, should you dare to take it on, is to discover the ancient ruins of the temple and recover the fabled box. Recent research has turned up an area of interest for you to investigate. Proceed with caution, as the trip may be dangerous, especially at the temple itself. Use good judgment. I hold no responsibility or liability for your injury or demise. Do not proceed with this task if you are faint of heart or are fearful of snakes, heights, spiders, or water. You will get scared. There are lots of places you may fall and hurt yourself! Please close the final box as you found it. The “code” needs to be set the same to open and close the box and pay attention to how it is latched. Please place everything back like you found it so all may enjoy. Good luck and Godspeed!
If you enjoy this cache, also check out my other adventure cache nearby, Showdown at Tabernacle, GC175JV!