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Between Two Seas

A cache by MatzeKnight Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/27/2009
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Micro-Traditional-Cache at the southern point of Rhodes.

This is a cache situated in Prasonisi. Prasonisi is the most southern town on Rhodes and its famous for its surfing beach. You have to go over the Isthmus. I recommend to do this by foot. Therefor you have to look for the water level first. Do not pass the Isthmus if the water is higher than your hips because the stream of the water is very strong. You should have no problem with this during summer. In summer the island can be reached by car, too, but a jeep is highly recommended. Be careful while driving to the other island because of the sand. It seems to be solid ground all the way but sometimes the sand is loose. We saw some cars stocking in the ground. They had to be pulled out of the sand by other cars (jeeps). Therefor you have to drive a little faster. But not too fast because there are many tourists. So please be very careful.

I hope you enjoy my first foreign cache.

Small note on cache maintenance: YanniG has graciously agreed to assist. Thanks!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Jenccrq va fgbar, ohg abg va bar bs gur fgbarzra!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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