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Splash Mob (Çhionnal Skeoll)

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Hidden : Thursday, 20 August 2015
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Çhionnal Skeoll


ManxCacheFest goes South to the picturesque seaside town of Port Erin.

Come and get your feet wet (or more) and join us for this Splash Mob event. Starting at 4:00pm till at least 4:30pm, giving plenty of time for caching before and after.
On the say so of the CO everyone head to the sea, how deep you go is up to you, pause for a group photograph, have a paddle and a chat. Towels and a place to put your belongings, to keep them sand free, will be provided.
There will be a little something for each caching group to take away and to keep you busy before the evening event in Port St. Mary.
Here are some useful links so you can make the most of your visit to Port Erin, when you're not caching of course!

Visit Isle of Man

IOM Guide

Wikipedia

Parking on the main promenade is often limited but plenty of parking can be found by heading to the listed parking waypoint.

MCF

There are 9 events during the week and all the details can be found here.

Also go to manxcachefest.com for details of travel and accommodation and lots of information about the Isle of Man and the week's events.

If you have any questions about the ManxCacheFest or any of the events then contact us via our web page.

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