This evening, 49 years ago (18 September 1971), tragedy struck on the Wild Coast. Eyewitnesses noticed a well-lit ship heading straight for the rocks.....the Jacaranda was running aground.... . This iconic Wild Coast shipwreck would go on to become one of the most photographed shipwrecks of all time. Not much remains today, so why not send us some photos of your time spent at this wreck, while enjoying the spectacular Wild Coast. What happened that fateful night.....?
The Wild Coast is littered with shipwrecks. One of the most interesting in modern times is the sinking of the Oceanos on 3 August 1991, in deep waters off Mbolompo Point, a renowned fishing spot just south of Hall in the Wall.
The Wild Coast has a comparatively high average rainfall, with the coastal belt receiving over 1000mm per annum. Spring rains generally appear in October, with July to September being the coolest and dryest months of the year; and December to February being the hottest and wettest.
"...gold is money while fiat currencies are debt tokens or IOU’s or a promise to pay. It is not payment, it is deferred payment. The institution who originally issued the promise to pay, namely the government, changed the laws of payment (1971 the Nixon Shock) to enable them to redeem an IOU with another promise to pay.
Add a client:
# cd /etc/openvpn/certs
# source ./vars
# ./build-key clientname ##(Accept rational defaults, change FF_VPN_Server, DO NOT enter challenge password or optional Company Name)
# mkdir clientname
# cp client.conf clientname/clientname.conf ##(Copy client.conf to client dir renamed appropriately)