… a slimy, messy swamp.
Malaria-ridden mosquitoes now bite anything that moves near what was once the elegant home to the wealthiest monarch this imaginary country has known. We don’t know if TV existed there, but the King and Queen were certainly Hollywood types, with uncounted rooms full of treasures, including more gold jewelry and diamonds than the whole court could wear in a year.
Scientists can’t say much more than global warming and soil erosion turned this place into a smelly swamp. If the mosquitoes don’t get you, the leeches in the knee deep mud probably will. If you survive that watch out for the alligators that pretend to be submerged logs and the poisonous snakes that hide behind almost every piece of vegetation.
If you’re not discouraged yet, the heat and smell is overpowering.
Let’s just say you lose your appetite fast.
No one would want to go there!
Or would they?
As it turns out, the vast treasures of the ancient palace are buried under the muck, free for the taking.
What I forgot to tell you is that by some odd ‘Bermuda Triangle effect’ motors and engines don’t work in the swamp. Motors always fail, fuel tanks spring leaks, and bulldozers sink so deep they can’t go forward.
Not to be dismayed, you (our hero) set out in search of the treasure with shovels, metal detectors and low tech equipment, bringing along a team of medics, snake charmers and alligator tamers to help you.
When you set out to do joint ventures in your business, sometimes it can feel like that adventure into the swamp looking for the lost treasures of the royal castle.
You can run into all sorts of snakes, alligators, leeches not to mention those malaria-infested mosquitoes.
You can also find real treasure, Read More