Once upon a time Offey decided to go on an adventure. So he jetted of from the listed co-ordinates, which happen to be the start of the runway at Kidlington Airport. Coincidently if you had not guessed Offey’s treasure is not at the listed co-ordinates and he doesn’t recommend you visit them.
The first place Offey decided to visit was Mexico, mainly because he thinks burritos are brielliant. To get there he went 1856 minutes south and then 5132 minutes and 6 seconds west. He spent a few days relaxing in and around the adult pool at the Azul Sensatori Mexico drinking morning mojitos, afternoon absinthes, six o’clock Sol’s and ten o’clock tequilas (with worms in).
After a few days Offey decided he couldn’t drink anymore and wanted to do something a little more active. So he went 62.3236 degrees south then 126.9389 degrees west and found himself in Tasmania. Offey had an absolutely amazeing time here and after a few hours running around and having a rest in the village of Lower Crackpot he had found the three bears house. It seemed he had been there for days trying to get to the middle but he had only gone 1.2 seconds north and 1.8 seconds west.
After having dinner with the three bears, the Tasmanian Devil and kangaroo Jack, Offey decided it was time to head home. So after going 93.27055, -147.50755 degrees lat, long and having already eaten his crocodile brieguette, he filled his empty sandwich box with a few trinkets from his travels and a log book. He left his lunch box for anyone who could follow his path to find before heading down the road to his home in Kidlington.
Offey left his lunch in a quite wooded area not far from Thrupp where you will be able to park. He asks that you keep an eye on children when searching for his lunch box, there is water close by and the remains of an old barbed wire fence which you you can navigate around to the south.