Bandidos Bug Bag
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Bandidos are holding Bugs hostage. But now you have the chance to rescue them and get them moving again. They are being held in Zihuatanejo, Mexico N 17*38.336' W101*33.519'
When you get to the spot your looking for you will have to go in and confront one of the hostage holders. They are willing to do a Bug for Bug hostage trade or just take new Hostages.
This is a wonderful area in Mexico we have left several caches in this area in the past but all have gone missing after just a short time. So we decided to ask the owner of this establishment if we could leave the cache in his good hands and he agreed. The food and drink are great so after negotiating the trade of hostages if you care to take the time to try the food feel free. "There is no obligation to buy anything from Bandidos." (visit link) You will be happy or go across the street and barter with the locals in the grass market.
For the more adventures get a hold of Jaguar Tours and see the bughtifull cave and cavern then zip line through the Jungle Canopy. Whatever you do I think you will grow to love this area in Mexico as much as we do.
***BUG NOTE*** 180 bug have gone through this Cache as of 04/09/10 and 13 have not been recorded again. (Right now the log shows 25 Bugs in the Cache of them 13 have been there more then 6 months. I would only concider them 13 MIA at this time. The others I would guess are waiting to get dropped by someone that only Caches on vacation.)
(No hints available.)
- The head honchoThis is the Guard for the cache!
Last Updated: on 11/24/2013 1:01:47 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (9:01 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum