This is a challenge in the cache which is located at the above coordinates. To log this cache, you must meet the following conditions:
You must have found 2 different types of caches in 2 different countries.
(So this means that you must have found 2 different types of caches in each of the 2 countries)
You can use all types of caches and events, as long as they give a separate icon on geocaching.com. For example. an ordinary event, a mega-event, a CITO event and a 10-year event gives 4 different icons and therefore count as 4 different types.
You may also use your home country - eg. Denmark, as one country, and all your previous findings counts of course.
You must prove that you qualify - if you can not, then you run the risk that your log will be deleted again. In your log state the date, GC-no, cache-/eventname, cachetype and country. See example below.
We love to travel and always try to combine it with geocaching, if possible. We also try to find as many different types of caches as possible when we travel - hence this little series of challenge caches. We have spent approx. 1 year to prepare for the series.
We of course meet the conditions of this challenge. See our list of 2 types in 2 countries below.
Example of caches that meet qualification requirements:
The cache is a small, BYOP. The cache is very close to the San Fernando Market, so it will be crowded on market days. The cache has a sister in Denmark (GC3RHJN).
Co-maintenance: HDanske & some local geo-friends
You can also use this Challenge Checker, made by pinkunicorn.