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UM: 16 - Bonita

A cache by DOC. Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/13/2007
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Urban Micro 15-18: The Baptista Sisters

The Queens of Carnival! As Rio’s “Carnival” and New Orleans “Mardi Gras” draw to a close, the Baptista Sisters have suddenly disappeared from the glaring spotlight.

Rumor has it that the Baptista Sisters were photographed in a potentially embarrassing situation with several Heads of State and foreign dignitaries.

The lovely ladies were heroically extracted from their situation under the cloak of darkness and personally escorted to the States courtesy of a local prominent plastic surgeon via his private “Jet to the Starz.”

Their dark beauty was intriguing. Had anyone touched their souls? Or were they destined to be the trophy courtesans of the rich and famous?

True to their survival instincts, these dark beauties have strategically positioned themselves to attract the eye of the Rich and Famous of Woodbury.

Please use stealth to ensure the sisters’ safety, and replace them as found. Watch out for muggles and the local exterminators.

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