Sunday, July 31, 2016

Nairobi activities: Oloolua Forest - a hike, a waterfall, and an introduction to GeoCaching

Future GeoCachers at a large bamboo stand in the forest

Eager to check out the waterfall

Antonio did a lot of exploring around the waterfall

Time for a 'selfie' photo

Yippee! We found a hidden GeoCache!

GeoCaching is sometimes called 'the world's largest treasure hunt,' consisting of millions of small hidden objects all around the world. The object is to find them and sign the miniature logbook. On this day, we found two of the nine hidden caches in the forest. It's quite a fun adventure.

Hidden beauty in the forest

Flower close-ups

God's stunning creation

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