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                     TRIPPING AFRICA

                                2016  

                        Eclipse Psyfari

              5 Countries - 4 Months - 1 Epic Adventure

    Finally the wait is over and the journey is on it's way!!!

(I'm catching up on the blog and filling in the blanks as quick as possible, it's a lot of work. PLEASE BE PATIENT!!!)

             RELATED BLOG: AFRIKABURN 2016

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                             INTRODUCTION

I've been looking forward to this day for many reasons. So what exactly is the significance of this day? Well it's the start of what promises to be one amazing journey and adventure! (They don't come any better.) 4 months, 5 countries, in all probability loads of tequila, sun, surf and dancing with what seems to be a wonderfully eclectic and interesting bunch of people. None of whom I've met before in person.

About a year ago I sold the few things I owned and took my two backpacks and guitar with the sole aim to establish this blog, or to die trying. At the start I was petrified, to be completely honest. I had no real master-plan or financial back-up to speak of. I just knew the time had come and that it was now or never. I was fully expecting to sleep next to the road and go hungry from time to time. I'm am glad to report that my fears were not grounded in reality and that there are many, many good people out there who appreciate the odd mad wanderer. So far it's been an overwhelmingly positive experience. I've learnt allot and still have allot more to learn about myself and others, and this next phase is the next step up. This will not be just another adventure or working holiday. This psyfari will be an important event on my personal soul journey where I must learn to get to grips with the dynamics of my own, authentic self. Combine this with the fact that I will be working closely with other folks in this blog and the nature of the journey, and there is good reason to believe that this will be a very interesting documentation of events.

I will also be experimenting with a new blogging format, which will take on the appearance of a daily diary. I'm hoping that this type of timeline will make it easier to follow my journey and make for a more exiting story in general. There is bound to be loads of ups and downs and twists in the tale.

Welcome to the journey and enjoy!

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                                     Day 1

                                     Friday, 5 August 2016

                              The Beginning

We leave Mossel Bay, heading east...

A new acquaintance steering us onward.

Leaving Mossel Bay on this morning we head east, picking up hitchers waving notes as we go. Our budget is on the other side of tight and every little bit will help us on our way. (If push comes to shove Simon will have to sell the car and we will hitch further ourselves, but we are hoping it won't come to that!) Of all the things, fuel is our biggest concern. Passing through Knysna we popped into Judah Square in Khayalethu South, a suburb of Knysna on the edge of town. This is home to a proud Rastafarian community where the inhabitants are getting up and helping themselves to better their circumstances instead of waiting for someone else to do it for them. The ethos and the vibe in this place impressed me tremendously and this will be part of the first vlog coming your way soon.

                                        Judah Square, Knysna.

From there we drove directly to the place where we will spend our first night, the Wild Spirit Backpackers Lodge. What a place! Definitely on of the most pleasant and beautiful backpackers I've visited. As I'm sitting and writing this someone is hosting a didgeridoo class and little groups are amiably chatting away around candlelight. Soon we will make food on the fire and possibly join a drumming circle, who knows? (The dinner the house chef served for some of the visitors smells amazing.)


To be honest I'm pretty tired after all the excitement that accompanies the start of any great adventure and I will probably sneak into my little tent pretty soon.

I'm going to do my best to update this blog as much as possible, depending on WiFi connections and beer-pong games. 

Thanks for following, tel you're friends about if you wish, and have a great evening further you all!!!


Our spirits grows restless...

              Wild Spirit Backpackers Lodge, a beautiful and gentle space.

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                                        Day 2

                                      Saturday,  6 August 2016

                             House in The Trees

We leave Wild Spirit Backpackers Lodge just outside Nature's Valley on our way to Port Elizabeth and visit a house in the trees on the way...

                                Artist between the treetops.

We wake up to the chattering sounds of birds in the forest next to our campsite at the Wild Spirit Backpackers  Lodge. It's a stunning morning. The sun came out to play and there is not a breeze or a cloud in site. It's the type of weather you want to live in for ever. Time to putt on the flipflops and let the feet breathe. My back is as stiff as a pornstar at a beauty pageant after my night in the tent. After a few weeks of proper beds it's going to take my body a while to get used to the thin camping mattress.

We are heading for Port Elizabeth today where we will spend two days. I will stay at a friends house and catch up on work (I am for ever playing catch-up), and Simon will connect with bro Donnie Conradie whom I still have to meet in the flesh. But first we make a stop at Adri's lofty house among the treetops. We met her last night around the fire at the backpackers and she invited us over. What a wonderful surprise! Her house is a four level structure built by folks she calls her 'brothers' from cheap wood and it's surrounded by a fence and the forest. 

Building and living in such a place is a fantastic achievement as far as I am concerned, and truly humbling and inspiring. I admire people who chose to live simply, who chose to respect nature and the poetry of things instead of all these material comforts modern earthlings are trapped in. From time to time I look around me and I get despondent when I see the direction our world is taking. All this loss of freedom, unnatural and materialistic living and out of control control by centralized and corrupt corporate institutions of power. What a drag! Where 's the soul and prose to living? This robotic machinery vibe is a major downer, general. Do you really need all that power and luxury? And the when I need it most I chance upon someone like Adri and my heart soars with hope. Things are put into their proper perspective again. It is good to know that there are still these authentic souls who express themselves with their hearts in the way they live, even though they are often forced to exist on the edges of a society blinded by vulgar material bling who seldom understands those who choose to live outside of the box. What a pity, there is much to learn here about harmonious living with our Mother Earth. You don't need technology, laws or big budgets to change things for the better. Those things just further enhance and advance the corporate agenda. All you need is a change in consciousness, and less fear, much  less fear. 

Adri has been living in this amazing structure for four years and she makes her living by selling rocks inscribed with inspirational phrases all along the Garden Route. She talks about how she loves the simplicity of her life and how she is thankful in the mornings after a storm to have survived another night in her treetop shelter. She was gracious enough to give us an interview on camera and you will hear more about her life in our first video clip to be edited soon. Thanks so much for allowing us into your space Adri! You are an inspiration and teacher to all of us who respect the earth.

The weather has suddenly changed and it's cold when we leave. We are on the N2, cruising down our road of mystery and delightful surprises, anxious to discover new things on our way. Port Elizabeth lies 200 km ahead and after that our journey will continue for a long time to come. We will keep you posted!

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                                         Day 3

                                       Sunday,  7 August 2016

                                 Port Elizabeth


We are staying over in Port Elizabeth for a day. I have some catching up to do so not much activity is planned. This will probably be our last encounter with a large city for a while, so time to load up on cheeseburgers and other vices you can find in suburbia. 

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                                               Day 4

                                   Monday,  8 August 2016

                           A Close Encounter

Today we got lost in the Addo Elephant Park...

 

So Simon reckons, yo! man, we ,must exit this city; and it's bye-bye Port Elizabeth. We leave for the Addo Elephant National Park. I've heard about this cozy spot called Aardvark Backpackers close to the park, and that's where we are going, but first we aim to cruise through he park and check out some wild beasts roaming the earth. And so we go on our merry way. It's not far to the park, a mere 40 km or 35 minutes. We enter the park with the plan to install Donnie on top of the roof so he can take some panoramic shots. We aim to balance him on the trike that is strapped to the roof, a risky proposition, but what de hell; all in the name of cinema-photography, right? As we are busy installing him a car stops and tells us that we can get a R 800 fine for merely opening the door! He also tells us that there are some lions not too far ahead. It does not take us long to scramble back into the vehicle, abandoning our lofty ideal of making 'high' art in the wilderness. So we go and have a few spectacular elephant sightings. 

                               Close encounters of the Ellie kind.

It's not long before we get restlessly creative again and Simon insists we put the camera on a tripod and film the Sani moving by. This time we are caught in the act by a park ranger. Yes the law came down on us, but not too severe luckily. (We got some candid footage for the vlog).  From then on we were pretty much inside for most of the time. What else? I got us lost. I'm bad with maps. So it goes. We made it to Aardvark Backpackers in one piece though. I made us a nice chicken curry and now we are just talking. Sitting and talking and drinking beer. Like we do, you know? 

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                                     Day 5

                                    Tuesday,  9 August 2016

                               Adults at Play

Tripping towards Hogsback...


We leave the Aardvark Backpackers next to the Addo Elephant national Park in a playful mood. We intend to shoot a little skit next to the road at some point (coming up). We shot our video introduction before leaving and Donnie is doing some of his newfound editing magic on it at the moment. Should be interesting to see what the maestro comes up with. We are in full dress-up mode and ready for action. Why not? Have fun and be playfully silly. Life is short in this thorny garden amigos.

We are heading for Hogsback where we aim to stay for a few days. Apparently there are many amazeball activities to get blogged down in, some of which we will try to give you a taste of in the vlog. We drive at a leisurely place, fooling around with the camera and our own trippy selves as we go. I suggest we take a shortcut through Alice. The road seems pretty main on google maps. Once again we get lost, ending up in some farmers orchard in the dark, and once again we are reminded that internet reality is not always what it seems! Eventually we renegotiate our way back, the petrol tank being close on empty and us feeling ever so slightly nervous about the situation. But hey, this is Africa where cowboys don't cry and you just have to deal with shit. When we reach Alice I am suddenly reminded how quickly the feel of the landscape and a place can change in the most wonderful country of ours. There is a very much more African flavor perfuming our senses now. Things are falling apart in the perfect creative nonsensical amount to make us feel right at home. (You want to call me a European. Are you nuts, my bru?) With the edges of reality sufficiently loosened to put us at ease we aim for a take away place of the fried chicken variety that Simon knows about. Our hunger pangs are starting to make us slightly moody. We eat, re-fuel and gooi. 

An half an hour later we reach Hogsback. We pop into a tiny little bar for a beer before we head for the Terra Khaya Backpackers where we lounge around and have a few more drinks next to a hanging fire in this most magnificent place. Wow! What an eye opener! So this is what can be done with hard work and imagination? Yes please! Eventually we stumble to our dorm, tipsy and tired but also elated to be in this magical space. On the way Simon stumbles down a culvert and makes a spectacular front flip, landing on his backpack as if a stunt coordinator planned this move on a big budget action movie. Of course, being of the sensitive kind and all; we laugh our merry asses off. It's the funniest thing I've possibly seen in years. Luckily he is okay. We fall sleepily into the silent night like fluttery fugitives on the run from consciousness.                

                                Adults at play.

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                                      Day 6

                                Wednesday,  10 August 2016

                               Adults at Play

Hogsback, Terra Kaya Backpackers...

 

                                            Heaven on earth.

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                                     Day 7

                                   Thursday,  11 August 2016

                             No Big City Lights

Hogsback...

    

We are blessed with good weather and it's forecast to stay like this for the whole week. The sun is shining and you can take your shirt of and chill in the warmth of our star. I catch a lift to town, the backpackers is a few kilometers out in the sticks, away from the glare of the big machine. The town is quiet. A Rasta tries to sell me mushrooms he picked himself in the forest and his smile evaporates when I decline his offer. We were warned not to use these mushrooms. I stroll and try to shake loose some old memories. Many years ago when I was still in high school we I did the Amatola hiking trail here with family and friends. I twas hard, damn hard; but a brilliant experience. 

Hogsback lies on the western edge of the forested Amatola mountains. It is thought that the town got it's name from the shape of the three peaks that overlooks the village. It is an area covered with Pine and indigenous forests, of which the latter is home to 80% of the world Cape Parrot population that feeds on the yellowwood tree seeds which has also been declared the national tree of South Africa. This is a place of stunning green vistas, many waterfalls and enough trails through the forest to keep your walking shoes working hard. I visit the local chocolatier and catch a lift back on a bakkie for most of the way. I walk the last bit, enjoying the splendid day, panting my ass off up the hill. Late afternoon we I go for a sunset horse ride through the pine forest, the climax of which is stopping at a viewpoint that overlooks a valley and the setting sun.

The evenings here on the edge of the pine forest is deathly quiet and I seem to sleep much deeper than normal. I'm not missing city life at all.

                           

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                                         Day 8

                                        Friday, 12 August 2016

                                     No Big City Lights

A walk in the forest...


We are spending most of the day hiking at a leisurely pace through the indigenous forest on a trail that ends at the Madonna & Child Falls. The trail starts at the Away with the Fairies Backpackers and it's an lackadaisical stroll of about 5 km's and an ideal way to unwind and spend an hour or two in self contemplation. There are many spectacular spaces to park off and simply absorb nature. You can also approach the falls from the opposite side where there is a area right next to a mountain road where you can park your car (if you don't feel like walking far, it being a mere 450 meters from that point.) There is also a big tree next to the path purported to be 800 years old.



We spend the most of the day in the forest. Around sunset we stroll down the mountain road, encountering and interacting with a few locals on the way. Halfway down we get a lift all the way to town where we buy a case of beer and some boerewors. We spend the night next to the fire, enjoying a beef potjie, making music and conversation until late. I was a blissful and good day.

We take a relaxed stroll trough the indigenous forest to the Madonna & Child Falls.

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                                      Day 9

                                   Saturday, 13 August 2016

                                     Teaser

Working...                               

Most of this day is spent finalizing our first co-production, our Tripping Africa video teaser. We are all very exited about this and Simon and I both think that Donnie did an excellent job with the creative edit.

In the evening we braai and once again bring out the guitars to jam until late. There are quite a few visitors and we are having a pleasant social night with the good people we met.

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                                     Day 10

                                   Sunday, 14 August 2016

                   Forest, Mountain and Petrol

The folks of Hogsback Adventures showing us a good time...


We hook up with Neels du Toit from Hogsback Adventures and friend Jeff Mullins who has some motorized fun planned for us, Jeff being somewhat of a petrol-head and an expert at handling all sort of motorcycles. After some adrenaline and petrol fumes Neels shows us a few picturesque spots. This is part of the magic of Hogsback: there is SO much natural beauty and special little nooks and crannies to enjoy mother nature in without it becoming over-visited. There is an abundance of waterfalls, hiking trails, streams and hidden pools where you can chilax in peace and commune with the earth. Neels takes us to the top of the Madonna and Child Waterfall where they do their abseiling from and we meditate on the abundance of peace and quiet. Our view is dominated by one of the oldest and most diverse indigenous forests in South Africa which is home to many endangered species like the Cape Parrot and a rare endemic butterfly that is only found in this region. He points to a dwelling in the distance next to a cliff and relates that this is where the young Mandela had his first secret meetings when they decided to actively resist the Apartheid regime. Besides the awesome natural wonders, this region also boasts a rich cultural heritage and history.

At the end of the day we get our first flat. Neels comes to our rescue, first with a patch kit and later by borrowing a jack so we can change the tyre (which is not seated on the rim properly and refuses to inflate). A jack is a vital piece of equipment and something we still don't have and desperately need for the rest of the journey. If anybody has an old one lying around, let us know!

Check out the Festival of Trees a tree planting day hosted by Greenpon which will take place at the Terra Khaya Backpackers and Eco Lodge from 23 to 25 September 2016.


Fun day with Hogsback Adventures after a lekker breakfast at Terra Khaya Backpackers & Eco Lodge.                  

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                                       Day 11

                          Monday, 15 August 2016

                                   Bra Neels

 Braai day...


Most of our day is spent working. It has grown cold again. Neels invites us to his spot up in the mountain for a farewell braai. I'm enjoying this man's company, he exudes and abundance of vitality and energy that is contagious. Thanks Bra Neels for helping us on our way!                                

                                       Day 12

                            Tuesday, 16 August 2016

                             Let's Go Jamaican!


VIDEO

We go for a delicious dinner at the Kings Lodge Hogsback Hotel after which we discover that our belongings were stolen from our room in our absence...


I met Adam in the bar while strolling through town and he was kind enough to offer us a meal at his weekly 'Around The World in 80 Days' themed event he hosts every Tuesday at the Kings Lodge Hogsback Hotel. Poor Donnie stayed behind at the backpackers to catch up on editing while Simon and I filmed what will be our first cooking themed video for this blog. The Kings Lodge was built in the 60's and is an old school family style establishment offering en-suite rooms and quaint self-catering cottages. The theme for the night was Jamaican with a mutton curry as main course, marinated overnight and cooked to perfection. This is true: the man can cook! I could not find any fault with the meal and I tend to be pretty critical about these things. It's a pity the decor looks like it never changed at all in the last 50 years. It needs a bit of a creative touch to become a match for Adams culinary skills. Despite that we all had a grand old time (except Donnie). Sorry I forgot that doggy bag bro!

This is not the end of this eventful day though. When we get back to Terra Khaya we discover that most of our belongings got stolen from our room. All of Simon's cash, Donnie's clothes and passport. Phew! What a shock and downer man! This type of thing, of course; is almost unheard of up here in the mountain. We were just excellently unlucky. Thank the mountain gods that the Terra Khaya staff was extremely paraat and helpful and so was our other hero's of magnificence, the local police. They were on the scene in a matter of minutes and returned all our belongings within an hour (the culprit being some opportunistic drunken wanderer at the edge of the dark forest). A HUGE thanks to all involved, and of course this makes for some good vlogging drama. Watch this space to see how it all unfolded. Whoooop!

We had ourselves an excellent meal, courtesy of the Kings Lodge Hogsback Hotel.                      

                                   Day 13

                           Wednesday,  17 August 2016

                              Tension Rising


VIDEO

We get our belongings back due to the super efficient efforts of the Hogsback Police and the Terra Khaya Backpackers staff after which we drive towards Bloemfontein and The Willows guesthouse...



On this day we traverse 474 km to Bloemfontein where we will stay at The Willows, a bed and breakfast on a farm outside of Bloemfontein. My normal modus operandi is to send out a few emails to establishments that will sponsor us accommodation in return for a punt and a link on this blog. Our first stop is at the Hogsback police station to pick up our property that was stolen the previous night from our room at the backpackers’ right on the edge of the forest. We are all very impressed by the swift action of the police as well as the helpful Terra Khaya staff who went above and beyond to help us recover our belongings. (Here I must stress that this was a rare incident, and that the Terra Khaya backpackers is a safe and secure establishment in general). The culprits’ were apprehended super quick and none of us suffered any major loss.

Although we are elated that our journey can continue, the mood is tense. We are worried about our fuel expenses and nothing is certain. We are on a tight budget and there is no guarantee that we will be able to reach our goal of making it to the solar eclipse on the island of Quirimbas off the coast of northern Mozambique. We were hoping for some sort of sponsorship, but so far nothing has materialized. Our journey hangs in the balance of things outside of our control, and giving up control is a hard thing to do indeed. The whole show can come to a premature end at any moment. We only arrive at The Willows long after sunset after a long and slow day of driving. We are all tired and our tense situation ends in a loud argument about unnecessary BS, but we survive this to travel onward another day. It’s not easy living and traveling in such close confinement with others for long periods of time, so this type of thing can be expected and has to be dealt with. It’s all part of the experience.

The Willows was an unexpected luxury with beautiful rooms with en suite bathrooms and comfortable beds. For this we are all very thankful. 

      
                                          PICTURE GALLERY

Tripping onward...

                                    

                      

                                         Day 14

                           Thursday,  18 August 2016

                                          Shots

                                

                                              VIDEO

We go to Bloemfontein central to get our yellow fever shots at the Prellerplein Pharmacy, Simon attempts to sell some gear for petrol money and we arrive in Jozi.                           


We get up early with the rising sun. I’m not sure about the rest, but I’m in a fragile mood after our confrontation last night. It seems as if we are all tiptoeing around each other, we are in a delicate space. We all want to succeed in making it to the island, but the stress of travelling with a non-budget is getting to us. It’s kind of a reckless and thoroughly unmodern thing to do, to just go for it and see where things take you. It takes courage and faith. We are not naive, we have all been through shit in our lives; we are hopeful believers. The Sun must guide us.

The proprietor of The Willows exemplifies fabulous Free State hospitality, Karin was even thoughtful enough to supply each of us with a packed lunch! This type of personal attention and kindness is rare in the world these days. We are heading to Bloemfontein central because Donnie and I need to get our yellow fever shots (apparently there was some outbreak at some place and we don’t want to chance not being allowed to cross a border somewhere). Donnie has the least money of us all, he is basically coming along on a wing and a prayer, so after explaining our journey and situation we manage to get him a huge discount at the Prellerplein Pharmacy. Wow! That amazing Free State hospitality saves us one more time.

Also on the cards today is installing a vital piece of Tripping Africa equipment, the radio. We need some pumping tunes for this ride, yo! Simon also tries to sell some gear for petrol money, but the cash offers he receives are unsatisfactory, and we hit the N1 towards Jozi even more stressed about the fuel situation. If we don’t get some sort of funding for fuel soon it’s goodbye Sani and hello hitchhiking. In the end it will be what it will be, and you can only worry so much, so I once again decide to relinquish control to the mysterious mechanizations of the universe and to simply enjoy every moment as fully as possible. This journey is turning out to be a metaphor for life itself: the appreciation and acceptance of the fact that it can end at any time makes you live and savour each moment so much more.

Donnie pitched the idea of making a travel series to some contacts he has in the film industry and when we reach Jozi we meet a producer in Melville who is prepared to listen to our proposal. We are hoping for some sort of material support in return for footage of our journey, but the only thing we come away with is a round of drinks and vague promises. When we reach the Jazz farm (home of the Dagga Couple). I’m quite plastered and tired. After getting to know these supercool folks over some relaxed conversation we (me very reluctantly I must ad), pitch our tents in the dark and settle in for the night. 

                                         PICTURE GALLERY

Bloem to Jozi...


                                          Day 15

                               Friday,  19 August 2016

                                  Race to Pemba 

                                   

                                                  VIDEO

We are at the Jazzfarm, residence of the Dagga Couple just outside Jozi. Donnie and I take turns on the laptop to get some work done. Old Psy is out and about doing things. We decide to have a braai where Simon drops a bomb, letting us know that there is no fuel budget to continue with the Sani. After a minor freak-out we decide to continue. I will hitch like I'm used to and Donnie and Simon will got there own way. We decide to turn it into a race; a race to Pemba. 


WORDS

It’s one of those terrible hangover mornings, the type you never get used to. The tension of traveling on a wing and a prayer combined with the excitement of reaching Jozi motivated me to gulp down more than I normally do. Sleeping in a little tent in a garden does not do much for soothing the poisoned body. Not the best start to a day, but at least we have a safe  place to lie low for a day or two so we can figure things out. Everything is hanging in a precarious balance, and the stress is taking its toll.

We expected to form part of a sort of a convoy that will make its way through Botswana, but in reality it seems that everyone is just kind of doing their own thing. It’s a long push to Pemba and there are numerous route options to choose from. At this stage our biggest worry is getting funding for fuel. So far nothing has transpired. Today I’m mostly working on the blog and sending emails to try and get accommodation sponsored for us along the route. Donnie and I are taking turns on the laptop. He is proving to be a natural editor, but with his success as a filmmaker this is to be expected. Simon is out and about, jumping through the necessary loops to make sure the Sani meets the legal requirements for traveling in other African countries. He is also selling gear in the hope of raising enough money to take the Sani further. He suggested that we braai tonight and a braai is something I rarely say no to, being a great supporter of this worthy South African tradition.

I offered to be braaier. As we stand around the fire, Simon drops the bomb we all have been fearing. There is not enough funds to continue with the Sani. This could mean the end for at least some of us, which saddens us all greatly. We have come this far and we don’t want to give up. I decide that I will continue hitching; it’s do or die for me. Donnie has the least money so he is the most vulnerable, but he also possess a tremendous fighting spirit. In the end we decide that none of us are giving up. Donnie even comes up with a plan to turn it into a race (just for fun of course). I will go my own way and they will go theirs and we will see who gets there first. And so the Race for Pemba is born out of near defeat!                                    


                                             PICTURE GALLERY


                                         Day 16

                              Saturday,  20 August 2016

 

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                                         Day 17

                              Sunday,  21 August 2016

                                             ? 

                                    _________

                                         Day 18

                              Monday,  22 August 2016

 

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                                    _________   

                                       Day 19

                              Tuesday, 23  August 2016

 

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                                 _________   

                                      Day 20

                          Wednesday, 24  August 2016

 

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                                 _________   

                                      Day 21

                          Thursday,  25  August 2016

 

                                           ? 

                                 _________   

                                      Day 22

                             Friday,  26  August 2016

 

                                           ? 

                                 _________   

                                      Day 23

                            Saturday,  27  August 2016

 

                                           ? 

                                 _________   

                                      Day 24

                            Sunday,  28  August 2016

 

                                           ? 

                                 _________   

                                      Day 25

                            Monday,  29  August 2016

 

                                           ? 

                                 _________   

                                      Day 26

                            Tuesday,  30  August 2016

 

                                           ?

                                 _________   

                                      Day 27

                            Wednesday,  31  August 2016

                                           ? 

                                 _________   

                                      Day 28

                            Thursday,  01  September 2016

 

                                           ? 

                                 _________   

                                      Day 29

                            Friday,  02  September 2016

 

                                           ?

                                _________   

                                     Day 30

                          Saturday, 03  September 2016

                                           ?

                                _________   

                                     Day 31

                          Sunday, 04  September 2016

                                           ? 

                               _________   

                                    Day 32

                         Monday, 05  September 2016

                                       ? 

                              _________   

                                  Day 33

                    Tuesday, 06  September 2016

                                        ? 

                              _________   

                                  Day 34

                   Wednesday, 07  September 2016

                                       ? 

                             _________   

                                  Day 35

                   Thursday, 08  September 2016

                                        ? 

                             _________   

                                 Day 36

                   Friday,  09  September 2016

                                      ? 

                            _________   

                                Day 37

 

                 Saturday,  10  September 2016

                                      ? 

                           _________   

                                Day 38 

 

                 Sunday,  11  September 2016

                                     ? 

                           _________   

                                Day 39

 

                 Monday,  12  September 2016

                                   ? 

                          _________   

                              Day 40

 

                Tuesday,  13  September 2016

                                   ? 

                          _________   

                              Day 41

               Wednesday,  14  September 2016

                                    ?

                          _________   

                              Day 42

Thursday,  15  September 2016


                                    ? 

                          _________   

                              Day 43

                      Friday,  16  September 2016

                                    ? 

                          _________   

                              Day 44

                      Saturday,  17  September 2016

 

                                    ? 

                         _________   

                              Day 45

                      Sunday,  18  September 2016

 

                                    ? 

                         _________   

                              Day 46

                     Monday,  19  September 2016

 

                                   ?   

                         _________   

                              Day 47

                     Tuesday,  20  September 2016

                                   ? 

                         _________   

                              Day 48

                    Wednesday,  21  September 2016

                                   ?  

                         _________   

                             Day 49

                    Thursday,  22  September 2016

                                   ?  

                          _________   

                             Day 50

                     Friday,  23  September 2016

                                   ? 

                          _________   

                             Day 51

                     Saturday,  24  September 2016

                                   ?  

                          _________   

                             Day 52

                     Sunday,  25  September 2016

                                   ?    

                          _________   

                             Day 53

                     Monday,  26  September 2016

                                   ?  

                          _________   

                             Day 54

                     Tuesday,  27  September 2016

                                   ?   

                         _________   

                             Day 55

                     Wednesday,  28  September 2016

                                   ?

                        _________   

                             Day 56

                     Thursday,  29  September 2016

                                   ?  

                        _________   

                             Day 57

                     Friday,  30  September 2016

                                   ? 

                        _________   

                             Day 58

                     Saturday,  01  October 2016

                                   ?

                        _________   

                             Day 59

                     Sunday,  02  October 2016

                                   ?       

                        _________   

                             Day 60

                     Monday,  03  October 2016

                                   ?    

                         _________   

                             Day 61

                     Tuesday,  04  October 2016

                                   ? 

                         _________   

                             Day 62

                     Wednesday,  05  October 2016

                                   ?    

                         _________   

                             Day 63

                     Thursday,  06  October 2016

                                   ?

                          _________   

                             Day 64

                     Friday,  07  October 2016

                                   ? 

                          _________   

                             Day 65

                     Saturday,  08  October 2016

                                   ?