Yesterday world tennis history was made when 20 year old Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz won the Wimbledon Men’s Singles Final against Serbian Novak Djokovic in a close to five hour long battle.
I don’t know much about Tennis, but when I saw a Social Media post of the Camps Bay Social Club that it would be screening the Men’s Single Final, I spontaneously booked a table. And what a great vibe it was in the restaurant, with the sentiment strongly in support for Alcaraz.
Cape Town Tourism launched its most significant marketing campaign ever last night, the ‘Find your Freedom’ interactive immersive campaign launching simultaneously in Cape Town, Berlin, London and New York. The launch took place at the Zeitz MOCAA.
Intended to run until the end of the year, the ‘Find your Freedom’ campaign is aimed at Millennials, described as travellers who would prefer to be guided in a City than to buy and use a guide book. The traveller chooses the adventure, and finds his/her freedom. Continue reading →
#grateful for a more relaxed day, giving myself some me-time; for a beautiful day, with no wind, at 29C; for starting the day with a Breakfast for the committee of the Camps Bay & Clifton Ratepayers Association at Himitsu at the Camps Bay Retreat; for getting work done; for a lovely slow drive to Hout Bay on this beautiful day, meeting the very gentle Renate there, a Pearl restringer, with 6 bracelets to be done (accumulated over Lockdown to date) and a ring to be fixed, a great discovery Continue reading →