Day 3 of ? – Where am I?

2 Mar

Many of you have been asking what country I’m in right now and I purposefully haven’t revealed which one because I want to build tension and heighten the blog-reading experience. I also left some clues peppered throughout the four previous posts so my readers who enjoy puzzles can have something to do in their spare time when they’re not doing puzzles.

Clue Number One – Fifteen hours flight.

Not many flights take that long. In fact fifteen hours is longer than any flight you can take in the americas. So it’s not Peru.

Clue Number Two – I was on a transoceanic flight.

This means I flew over (and not under) an ocean.

Clue Number Three – The water here is not frozen.

If you look closely in this photo you can see the water around the boat is in liquid form.

Clue Number Four – The boating thing I’m going to be doing will take place on the Pacific Ocean.

It’s where the adventure is going to take place.

So there you have it. Everything you need to figure out where I am is right there in front of you. Some of you and I even talked about it already on Facebook and IRL so it’s like, even more obvious.

I look forward to reading your guesses!

Love, Jason

Bonus Clue: the part of the world I’m in right now is experiencing a full moon.

Car

A local car

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2 Responses to “Day 3 of ? – Where am I?”

  1. Rick March 2, 2018 at 13:48 #

    Guess you never took astronomy. The whole world is experiencing a full moon.

    • Die Hard Three March 2, 2018 at 15:09 #

      well, technically only one half of it ๐Ÿ˜‰ have you figured it out? ๐Ÿ™‚

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