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To poulaki aniki ston Apollona

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Hidden : 12/20/2008
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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An easy find and a well-stocked box for the 30th cache we have set……………

We felt that this was a little milestone and wanted to do something slightly different, so were delighted to realise that our recent 200th find gave us the opportunity to set up a “chick” cache.

“Barry and Shirley” devised GC1G725 The Mother Nest & York TB Hotel
in Shipton, North Yorkshire. This mother nest contains micros (chicks) ready to be hidden elsewhere, and we adopted one of those chicks on our recent UK visit and brought it home with us to Cyprus.

The Cyprus sunshine and food has obviously worked it’s magic as the chick has now grown from a micro to a regular, and is ready to start it’s own life as a fully fledged cache.

We’ve placed it on a pretty nature trail which winds it’s way from the Sanctuary of Apollon Ylatis, past the beautifully restored ancient stadium and on to a viewpoint with breathtaking views of Curium Beach and Episkopi Bay.

Park in the Sanctuary car park, and the cache is only 250 metres away – but do carry on walking to the viewpoint, you won’t be disappointed.

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