Darren Barton's Indigo Trade
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A nano cache in a location that might cause some more experienced seekers to experience deja vu!
The cache is not at the above coordinates.
For the cache name I wanted to make it an anagram of a country, somewhere in the world. But I couldn't find an anagram to fit, so I had to add some extra letters! When you have worked out what letters I have added, arrange them in alphabetic order and enumerate them (so that A=1, B=2, C=3 etc. through to Z=26). This will give you twelve digits, represented in the equation below by ABCDEFGHJKLM. You need to solve the equation in order to get the final coordinates.
The cache can be found at N52 0 [L-C] . [J*G] [K-A] [D+G+J+L] W000 4 [B+C+G] . [M-D] [E*F] [A*L].
As a nano the cache is only big enough for a log book. You will need to bring your own pen.
You can check your answers for this puzzle on GeoChecker.com.
[Puzzle] Vg'f va gur Jrfgrea Urzvfcurer
[Cache] Hc naq vafvqr!