The Geocaching Junkie | The Adventures of an Irish Geocaching Addict
This blog is a chronicle of these obsessions: travel and geocaching. For the geocaching section, I look at everything from newbie tips to difficult challenges and ridiculous incidents that have happened while out caching, with a few interesting interviews thrown in for good measure! Geocaching brings me to little-known places in cities – those secret spots that locals would point you to go.
There are few books from my childhood that stick out in my memory. I spent hours getting lost in Enid Blyton’s Faraway Tree series and being equally enthralled and terrified reading Roald Dahl’s The Witches. My favourite stories by far, though, were The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis. I must have read The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe… Read More Chronicling C.S. Lewis in Belfast | The Geocaching Junkie
On 24th August 2017, Geocaching HQ announced the release of Virtual Rewards, whereby selected geocachers were given the chance to create new virtuals. Virtual caches were ‘grandfathered’ in 2005, meaning no new caches of this type could be created, but those already in existence could continue on. According to the Geocaching Help Center, the option… Read More Virtual Reward Caches: One Year On | The Geocaching Junkie
Whenever we visit my husband’s family in Derbyshire, we usually spend a few hours in the market town of Chesterfield, which means I’ve basically cleared out the geocaches within walking distance of the town centre. I was very pleased to see a virtual reward cache published there in October 2017. I finally managed to visit… Read More Chesterfield’s Crooked Spire | The Geocaching Junkie