Pentonville Road (GCZN0C) by cphoenix is another of the famous Monopoly series of geocaches on the Central Coast. This being a medium size cache, located in parkland in the suburb of San Remo.
It’s a nice walk along the water’s edge and then across a large open sports field to get to this cache, alternatively there is a shortcut if you park in the obvious place – but I do recommend the longer, more scenic route.
Wolfie owes more Monopoly Rent
With the aid of the hint, we quickly spotted the cache and carried out the TeamWolfie caching rituals.
Thanks for another Monopoly hide – we’re really enjoying these.
Regent Street (gCY5AF) is another in the Monopoly series of geocaches by cphoenix.
We’ve managed to pick up quite a few of these now. This one is listed as a “micro” – but I’d personally call it a small cache because, despite the size of the container – there was room for a few small swaps – and of course, the Monopoly card itself.
Wolfie lands on Regent Street. Rent Owed.
This was a nice, handy, and relatively straightforward cache. There’s even a freeway exit for both north and southbound access very close by – so a great “park-and-grab” style geocache for anyone traveling between Sydney and Newcastle.
Thanks for the cache!
After our encounter with a young brown snake at Picadilly and abandoning the hunt for that cache, we headed off to the nearby Vine Street (GCYBTJ), another of the Monopoly series (orange colour square) by cphoenix.
By this time we were extra wary of snakes! When we approached GZ we found the likely spot for the cache to again be in a spot that looked like a great habitat for snakes and other nasties, so we approached with caution and made a lot of noise along the way, hitting the ground with our sticks in an effort to scare off any little surprises that might be waiting for us!
Landed on Vine Street. Pay $18 Wolfie!
Within a few minutes we had located the Vine Street cache. No snakes this time… we swapped a couple of plastic “bugs” from our Christmas Bon Bons for a couple of Football card, and placed the cache back in its resting place.