Caching at lunch time

Al's first cacheOn one of our lunch journeys to Victoria this week, I checked to see if there were any caches near my work, and to my surprise there was quite a lot of them! Al and I decided to try and find one on our way back to work. We settled on Victoria Square since it was kind-of enroute.

Before reading about this cache, I had no idea that Victoria Square existed, even though I’ve walked past it only one street away for the last two-and-a-bit years. It’s amazingly quiet in there, given how loud the surrounding roads are!

There were a number of people sitting in there enjoying their lunch breaks, so we must have looked a little bit strange when we wandered in and started examining all the small surfaces we could see! Eventually we found it – just a little nano cache on the back of a sign. We didn’t have a pen with us so we couldn’t sign the log book, but Al was still pretty stoked to have found his first cache.

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