Thursday, September 28, 2006
Iridium Project - Cape Town summer
Last night I had a good chuckle reading Seth's blog at 2oceansvibe, a regular read of mine, where he apologies nicely to all ex-pats for missing another day of paradise in Cape Town!
Today, like yesterday, is just another glorious day! We will have to celebrate with a few drinks down at the Blue Peter later this afternoon (pictured right: Kai & Papa with a really sad view from the B.P.H.)
I even feel sorry for non-Capies living far from the Mother city. Things work differently here – we just know how important it is to take some time out to enjoy our surroundings, the view that greets you everyday!
Summer time in Cape Town, it’s something very special. Whether you’re enjoying evenings at the Kirstenbosch Sunset Concert Series, productions at the Spier Amphitheatre under open African skies, or live jazz at Mannenberg’s, this city brings an inner peace.
This is one of the reasons why a group like Iridium Project is really appealing to me. They rave about the Mother City, they understand the energy that runs through the people, and make music that is almost impossible to sit still to.
So before I go off to celebrate the setting sun, here something funky before the weekend; another snippet from the Cape Town Fashion Week, when Iridium Project (minor) was part of the Magents presentation.
Have a ‘lekka’ day!