Cardiff Giant in search of temporary home

A few weeks ago, over at the Museum of Hoaxes, I described how I came into possession of a miniature Cardiff Giant. I then decided to send it on an around-the-world tour. This involves sending it to volunteer hosts in various farflung regions who show it the sights in their neck of the woods, send me photos of its adventures, and then ship it on to the next volunteer.

cardiff giant

The giant is currently in Perth, Austrialia, and I'm looking for people in that part of the world willing to temporarily adopt him. "That part of the world" is meant, in the broadest sense, to encompass all of Asia, Australasia, and India. Because while I've got a lot of volunteers from the U.S. and Europe, I haven't got any from anywhere else. And I'd like the giant to see as much of the world as possible.

So I'm posting here to see if there are any Weird Universe readers in exotic locales who'd like to play host to the giant. If you're interested, let me know.

Even if you live in boring-old Europe and the U.S. and you'd like to host the giant, let me know also. Because eventually the giant will be touring these regions. (possibly very soon if no one from Asia/Australia can be found.) I'll add you to the list.

Just one word of caution. If you agree to host the giant, you HAVE to send him to someone else after a few weeks. If you decide to keep him permanently, you'll incur the Curse of the Cardiff Giant, which is too awful to describe in words, though it's rumored to be similar to that melting flesh scene at the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
     Posted By: Alex - Fri Jan 06, 2012
     Category: Travel | Sightseeing | Weird Universe

Hey JS, what about you sweetie? I bet the big guy would find Japan lovely. :cheese: I'd volunteer but Ohio is about as boring as it gets and not in his current neck of the woods either.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 01/06/12 at 12:47 PM
Japan would be perfect!
Posted by Alex on 01/06/12 at 12:56 PM
Green-Screen an image and he can travel at the speed of light and become omnipresent!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 01/07/12 at 06:58 AM
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