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Polish Platypus Pack meets a platypus
Saturday, January 7, 2017
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Hello, we are a couple of geocachers from Kraków, Poland. We have our individual nicknames (see up there in the listing) but we often call ourselves the "Polish Platypus Pack", as we really like platypuses. So far we had no opportunity to see any of them alive. Yet this time as we have one day in Australia during our trip back from New Zealand to Poland we will aim to seeing a platypus for the first time.
We would like to meet a few Australian geocachers too! We had a few finds by the Ozzies on our Polish geocaches, so now it is the right time for us to have a find in Australia too. As our schedule is going to be pretty tight we have to merge our activities. We invite you to meet us by the entrance of the Melbourne Zoo (event coordinates) on Saturday, January 7th, at 9 AM. We will be there for half an hour (up to 9:30) waiting for you. We guess you will have no problems with recognizing us... We will have an opportunity to exchange some knowledge about caching on different continents. If you have trackables to send to Europe you can bring them; but remember that they must be small and not dubious for airlines security.
We hope to have small souvenirs for the event participants; keep your fingers crossed that they arrive safely with us there! And when the event is over we plan to go to the Zoo and pay a visit to the platypuses that live there. If anybody wants to join us - they are welcome.
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Last Updated: on 2/19/2017 3:27:01 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:27 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum