Some weeks ago, Master T and I stayed overnight in a hotel and we went out for a walk, with the underlying goal of the walk being to find some Scavenger Hunt locations. The day ended in what we believe is the first ever Scavenger Hunt injury, but at least we got to do five locations that day.
Soon at the beginning of our walk we discovered two embassies – that of China and The Republic of Korea.
There was a mobile police station right outside the Chinese embassy and for moments we considered this as a Scavenger Hunt location, but with all the cameras mounted on the wall of the Chinese embassy, we decided to let this one go. Just around the corner from the Korean embassy we both spotted the mail box at the same time. This is a location we have been wanting to do for more than a year, but we could just never find a mail box in the proper location. This one looked perfect. Across from the embassy were only trees and the first houses were about 50 meters away. And, even better, shielding the mail box from the embassy house, was a narrow wall. We decided to go for it.
Literally only minutes after I have flashed my ass and Master T had taken the ‘one shot, one kill’ photo (our private joke), a car drove down the street towards us from the one side and people came walking from the footpath between the trees from the other side. Our timing was absolutely perfect!
Have you done a Scavenger Hunt yet? Come on, it’s fun and you can earn your own badges. Otherwise you can just follow the links and see other locations from other participants.
This is my 32nd Scavenger Hunt location.