When we drove back from Plett, last Friday, we had about an hour to shower and then head over to Constantia Glen for the annual Cafe Caprice Pool Party. It had been going since 2pm, but we only arrived just after 4pm, in time for Sox to start DJing from 5pm.
|Anton and I|
Over the weekend we had such lazy days and we eventually left the house for a late coffee and brunch…
My outfit on Saturday…
I feel like Cape Town is finally experiencing Summer. FINALLY! On Sunday, we headed to the beach where we read and tanned… I started reading Deon Meyer’s Cobra, which I received as one of my Christmas gifts.
After a hot sticky day, we headed home for cold, juicy watermelon…
I mentioned that instead of creating New Years Resolutions, I’d rather create goals. One of the goals is to get outdoors more, explore more and part of that was to climb Lions Head. On Monday morning, Carol fetched me 05h45 and we headed to the mountain.
Admittedly I only got half way… I’ve been a little under the weather and actually felt quite unwell… instead of pushing myself, I decided to rather go back down and make a doctors appointment, which I did. I did manage to take some photos from half way up and it truly is magnificent. I’m even more excited to see how beautiful it is from the top and now I’m hungry for it. As soon as I’m better, Lions Head and I will become good friends, I’m sure.
It was also back to work and it felt great to be back ON AIR at 2Oceansvibe Radio…
One of the many reasons I was excited to get back was so that I could order the Banting Sushi from Sushi Box. It is so damn good and I had cravings for it whilst I was away.
On Monday evening, Sox and I picked up his mom and dad and we headed to Signal Hill. We’ve been wanting to see the art piece for ages. It’s called the SunStar and is 24 meters high. The artwork cost R2million to install and is sponsored by Sun International (something I learned recently.)
It is shaped like an eight-pointed star with an internal sphere made of wiring from fencing that surrounded Robben Island prison. It’s lit up at night, using solar panels, so you can see it far and wide!
It was such a stunning, warm evening and I’m glad we went to see it up close and personal.
|Lights through the trees|
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