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Costa Rica – Would like to sign the logbooks in Spanish

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Hola!

 

We are going to Costa Rica at the end of February 2009 and the first days of March 2009. We are now learning some worlds in Spanish and I was wandering how to sign the logbooks in Spanish.

 

Can someone help me to translate in Spanish a log like this one?

Geocache found on February 26, 2009 at 3:30 PM.

Great spot, we enjoyed very much.

Signed logbook, took nothing, left nothing.

Thanks for the cache!

OusKonNé & Cétyla, geocachers from Québec City, Canada

Gracias!

 

OusKonNé & Cétyla

http://www.aggrq.com/ouskonne/welcome.htm

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Hola!

 

We are going to Costa Rica at the end of February 2009 and the first days of March 2009. We are now learning some worlds in Spanish and I was wandering how to sign the logbooks in Spanish.

 

Can someone help me to translate in Spanish a log like this one?

Geocache found on February 26, 2009 at 3:30 PM.

Great spot, we enjoyed very much.

Signed logbook, took nothing, left nothing.

Thanks for the cache!

OusKonNé & Cétyla, geocachers from Québec City, Canada

Gracias!

 

OusKonNé & Cétyla

http://www.aggrq.com/ouskonne/welcome.htm

Try this site:

 

http://translation2.paralink.com/

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Greetings! Quick translation would read:

 

Geocache encontrado el 26 de febrero del 2009 a las 3:30 PM.

Buen lugar, lo disfrutamos mucho!

Firme el logbook, no tome nada ni deje nada.

Gracias por el cache!

OusKonNé & Cétyla, geocachers de Québec City, Canadá

 

Enjoy your geochaching in Costa Rica!

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Gracias DWBur y brodarte for your answers :anitongue:

 

In the spanish logbooks, do you write TFTC or GPEC: Gracias por el cache !

 

¡ Pura Vida ! icon_beer.gif

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You will find that the geocaching lingo is really universal. Many of the local caches found by locales here in MX use these acronyms. Most geocachers will know what you mean jus by placing the acronym. If you do use acronyms, I would use the English version.

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