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Found it btrodrigues found O VG Caído [Alenquer]

Saturday, June 5, 2010Lisboa, Portugal

I'm not easily impressed by geocaching lately. I have this feeling I've seen all places and I've seen all things and there is rarely anything new. It may be a consequence of the massification of geocaching with its side effects (too much bad caches, too much "common" caches) or also a matter of personal position - I've just figured out different things to do with my spare time and I don't devote as much time as I want to geocaching - or I've just been to all the cool places nearby and all the cool spots are far away.

This one, however, blew me away.
First, for the scenario. I've always had this crush for quarries - don't ask me why, I haven't been to that many. I just like to sit and watch and I've always felt this huge curiosity for how things work out.
Second, that little thin limiting line between the geodetic mark and the abyss. Everything that's on top of it. Everything that will probably fall apart in the event of a quake or so. It looks so fragile it make me want to play up with explosives to see what would it look like after a blast. I bet it would look cool. Unless you work down there.
Third, the approach. Climbing up to the edge and then carving the way through the bushes is fun. Unless you're wearing shorts.
Forth, last but not least. The container. And I'll just say it's pretty good. Unless you're the camouflage.

Thanks for the guided tour and the cache!

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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