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"Heading" off to the Waterfront (30 Sept)

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Hidden : Friday, 30 September 2016
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Geocache Description:

Date : 30 September - Friday.
Time : 19h00 to 19h30.
Reason : Flashmob at the V&A Waterfront.

The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Cape Town. Every visitor to our beautiful City will find themselves there at one stage or the other. At any given time there is a hustle and bustle as people move about to do shopping, or to visit one of the many attractions, or to get to a restaurant to enjoy a meal and to soak in the views.

Get to the Event coordinates at around 18h55, and act all touristy. Do not interact with any of the other Geocachers you see there. At exactly 19h00 you will hear a whistle blow. This is your cue to dress up your head. Any way you feel like. Be creative, be funny or daring. All up to you. Now you may mingle with all the other crazy Geocachers you see there. Greet each other like long lost friends. Laugh, take photos, whatever takes your fancy. Then, at exactly 19h15 the whistle will blow once more. Gather for a quick group photo. The next whistle at 19h20 will declare the Flashmob over. But the night is still young. Explore the Waterfront, have a bite to eat, go watch a movie, there is just so much to do.

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