Judie lives here in Chiang Mai and her apartment is very near the cache location. She is my cousin’s long-time close friend and is the reason we decided to come for a visit. As a typically obsessed geocacher, I was surprised to find so few caches in this wonderful city and I just happened to have the perfect container for this location. When you find it, you will see why. Even though it is a micro, it has room for a good size log sheet so maintenance will be easy, depending on just how popular this one gets. The location is on a quiet residential side street just a block away from a very busy main street of the city. You should be stealthy but muggles are easy to avoid here if you pay attention.
You will need a long stick like a chopstick or long pencil to extract the container from its spot. If you don’t have one, maybe a twig will do. Tweezers would also be good to have in case the log is reluctant to come out.
Judie is learning a lot about Buddhism during her time in Thailand and this is what she has to say to those who come to seek the cache:
“Here in Chiang Mai, the essence of Buddhism can be experienced throughout the city and its 320 wats (temples). The Buddha's teachings have lived for centuries because the Buddha was a wise teacher who communicated clearly and simply. The Dalai Lama, one of today's leading Buddhists, does as well. When asked if Buddhism is a religion, he responded, "I suppose so. My religion is kindness."
Enjoy your time in this wonderful city!
Small note on cache maintenance:
There is a local cache guardian who will assist.
Name and contact info on file with geocaching.com.