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'Meet & Greet' at the River Douro in Porto

A cache by Conveam & Berufsgeocacher Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Friday, February 15, 2013
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

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Wie geht es dir, Portugal?

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On 15th of February, Berufsgeocacher and Conveam from Hamburg, Germany are going to fly far away from home to Portugal and visit Porto for some days.

On our trip we would be really interested in meeting some other cachers - espacially some of the Portuguese Geocaching-Community.
We had a lot of success with our last "Meet & Greet"s - for example in Pisa (Italy) (listing and photos) - and that's why we continue the idea now with another event at the waterside of Portos Douro.

At 18.30 pm in the evening we will stand at the given coordinates. For making it easier to find us, we try to wear typical Geocaching-clothes and caps and hold our GPS-devices. We will wait at least for half an hour.


If you want, feel free to visit Berufsgeocachers blog: Berufsgeocacher.de
... and bring your TBs which would like to travel in the direction of Germany.

Estamos ansiosos para vê-lo!

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