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Found it papaleguas found Pandora's Box #2

Sunday, August 24, 2008Faro, Portugal

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Well in this log we have too much to say and a few ideas to start.

We were in Algarve in the begining of the month and this was one of our priority caches but unfortunately we had not the oportunity to come here and search for the box.

Yesterday I asked Lena about the possibility to go from Milfontes to Odiaxere to search for this box and she was so courious about the box that today we traveled to odiaxere especialy to search for this cache.

In the two alternatives we decided that this time "we will do it right" so after the first point we have done the homework.
In the second point, with some difuculties to find the correct trail to the point we hadd to ask Mike (espargosas) how to get there.

After this litle dificulty we went to the second point and then to the final. And found the pandora box.

But our problems started there. With litle time to open the box and some misunderstanding in the instructions (rusty English) we had to write all th instructions again. But we opened it and close it :)

What we can say about?

The travel worthed the gas spendt to come here.

This cache reveals a lot of work and to me will be an example of how to make good caches that people realy enjoy. The container is fabulous and all the steps are realy well thinked and onstructed.

Thank you to spargosas for this rare moment of joy in this activity.

We have made no trade with items but we took a TB to lace in Portalegre.

We will pass our coins to best caches, best enigmas (in the box) and best wiew in this cache. It deserves the destinction. For our team is one of the best caches done ever.

Team papaléguas

infoA multi-cache ("multiple") involves two or more locations, the final location being a physical container. There are many variations, but most multi-caches have a hint to find the second cache, and the second cache has hints to the third, and so on. An offset cache (where you go to a location and get hints to the actual cache) is considered a multi-cache.
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