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James has stuffed up, he has forgotten where his dead letter drop is. He knows it is in Adelaide because his good friend Freddo is really agent 009¾, licensed to overkill you know.
But Bond is slipping. After numerous face lifts, changes of body and vodka martini's, stirred not shaken, the brain cells are not what they used to be. He has rough idea of the coordinates. He knows that the degrees are S34 and E138. The decimal minutes are of course both .007. That much is easy. Very easy. The hard bit is the minutes; south minutes 54, 55, or 56, east minutes 35, 36, or 37.
The cache log coordinate is in the centre of Adelaide, Vicki's Statue actually. This is a starting point only and has no use for finding the cache. Don't even bother downloading it, unless you want a waypoint for Vicki's Statue. There are nine locations in the matrix to choose from, but only one cache. The cache is not located on any area that you have to trespass or place yourself at risk.
Be warned Bert and an angel are watching the cache.
The cache contains much secret data, and of course in the modus operandi of the Bond films there are several special spying gadgets including;
-One kopeck coin From Russia With Love, which with the right code word transforms into $1M,
-Remote control exploding atomic thermonuclear Thunderball,
-Special amour-plated cable car Schilthorn badge,
-Spent 500 shot cartridge from the Golden Gun,
-Plastic Atlantis Octopussy,
-Compressed Moonraker jetpack space suit,
-Flash card with the plans for Casino Royale ,
-One Pound Note On Her Majesty's Secret Service,
-Secret code key For Your Eyes Only,
-Battery for GoldenEye laser beam watch,
-Never Say Never Again one armed fighting frog.
Careful with that grenade pencil too.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum