Show 118.0: Cruise Caching in the Caribbean

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On our geocaching show today, we bring you a special TravelCaching episode - Cruise Caching in the Caribbean! Come along with us on our caching adventures. On the show we also have a newbie question, some listener feedback on google-map caching and finding archived caches, and some tips for trying to get a family member engaged in geocaching.

Hop on over to the PodCacher Forums to discuss the show!

Images mentioned in the show: Go to the Flickr set

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Links mentioned in the show
Backpack Lounge Chairs
Cache-A-Maniacs Podcast
Cachers of the Round Table Podcast
Maryland Geocaching Society Rescue Missions
Check out the cool video: Re-hiding a Geocache
CITO - Cache In Trash Out


2 Responses to Show 118.0: Cruise Caching in the Caribbean

  1. IowaAdmin August 20, 2007 at 8:41 am #

    Sonny & Sandy,
    Thanks for sharing your stories and photos from Nassau. We found a virtual cache on Paradise Island during our Bahamas scuba diving trip last fall. Like you, we also had up-close experiences with sting rays. Sharks too!

  2. Cruiseologist August 24, 2007 at 7:33 am #

    Sandy and Sonny,
    Loved your Cruise Caching Podcast!
    Two years ago I did the same exact cruise on Majesty Of The Seas to the same places and logged many of the same caches you did, including CooCo Cay and the Key West Bar. In fact, this was my first Cruise Caching experience. It was so much fun it inspired me start a web site to promote Cruise Caching… You actually mentioned my web site in Show 113. I added a link to Podcacher from my site.

    I am leaving Sunday for a cruise to Alaska where I am planning to get one or more caches in each port we visit in Alaska, as well as Canada. Then at the end of September I’m cruising to Bermuda, which is a wonderful place to GeoCache.

    Thanks for your Podcache Shows. They are GREAT.

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