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Döner´s Day - Dönerstag in East London

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Hidden : Thursday, 13 April 2017
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Introducing a German Geocaching Event tradition in East London.

On Thursday, April 13, players will gather to celebrate the 11th annual Dönerstag.

You can earn the first-ever Dönerstag souvenir by attending a geocaching event on that day.

Join us from 18h00 onwards for a Döner (kebab) BBQ (braai) at our complex.


About Dönerstag.

Dönerstag began in 2007 when German cachers met at kebab shops around the country all at the same time. The tradition caught on!

These special events are held each year on a Thursday. In German, this makes the name “Dönerstag” a pun: The German word for Thursday is “Donerstag.” Kebab translates to “Döner.”

Last year, over 6000 players attended 233 Dönerstag events. The events were held all over Europe, from Germany and Austria to the United Kingdom and Switzerland.


  • Venue: Hazy Ridge Club House
  • Date: 13th April 2017 - Thursday (Dönerstag)
  • Time: 6 pm - 8 pm or part thereof
  • What to bring: Kebabs and rolls, drinks, plates, cutlery and braai tongs. Your costume and towel if you would like to swim.


There are tables and chairs at the venue.

Phone or Whatsapp Norman on 082 559 8550 and he will open the gate remotely.

If you plan to come, please log a 'Will Attend' - we are looking forward to welcoming many geoachers!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Cyrnfr ybt lbhe "jvyy nggraq" vs lbh cyna gb wbva hf.

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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