Archive for: New Zealand

 

Roll On Lucky Cache Number Two Million …

One million, nine hundred and 99 thousand, seven hundred and 54 … That’s Geocaching.com current hide tally; just 11246 needed to record its two millionth placement.

The question on everyone’s lips, though, is when will this mammoth achievement occur.

Part Two: Stamping Their Mark On Malaysia

Travel guide Mandy Page (GC handle: PageNZ) continues relating her adventures from last year’s geo-tour; this time focusing on a ‘quick’ visit to Malaysia by some of the Kiwi group.

Logging Memories From Her First Geo-Tour

Tours Direct is hosting its second geo-tour this June, returning to Singapore and Cambodia. Here, company director Mandy Page (GC handle: PageNZ) relates some highlights for the nine caching teams on last year’s trip.

Geo-News: Beans, Bears & Hearty Bravos

Keeping you briefed on the official O.C.B pathtag, Estonia’s first geocoin and New Zealand’s latest Geocaching.com reviewer.

GLO-ing Support For Portable GPS Receiver

Wellington’s Geof Robinson (GC handle: xBoomstickx) rates his geocaching-related Christmas present.
“Santa was listening this year; I had been a good boy and got my Garmin GLO (US$99/NZ$139) for Christmas. What a difference an accurate GPSr makes!

The Business End Of Munzee Down Under

Time to get down to business, Munzee fans – now that all six barcode types finally appear on the New Zealand […]

Giveaway: First To Find (A Prize)

Too stuffed after Thanksgiving or winter (for those of us Down Under) to move? Now you can get a geo-fix […]

Review: Exploring The Science Of Navigation

BOOK REVIEW The Science Of Navigation: From Dead Reckoning To GPS by Mark Denny (Johns Hopkins University Press) Paperback US$27.15/Hardcover […]

Helicaching In Queenstown

As part of the recent NZ Mega 2012, Moneydork found his 15,000th geocache during our road trip south. As he […]

Guest Post: Caching In The US Of A

GUEST POST Wellington’s Geof Robinson (GC handle: xBoomstickx) may not have left his heart in San Francisco but he certainly […]

 

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