As mentioned in my previous posting, my daughter spend the day in Stellenbosch writing admission tests. Yesterday afternoon when I went to fetch her, I saw the snow covered mountain peeks. Now you all know why it is so freezing cold here in Cape Town.
You can see the full scale image and more in my gallery here.
Rainbow over Cape Town while I was driving home from work. Those of you that know Cape Town will know these bridges – this is the half build bridges which is now earning the city lots of money being used in adverts and movies.
Two days later on my way back from Stellenbosch after dropping my son at varsity, I saw this view. This is taken from the Polkadraai road between Stellenbosch and Kuilsriver. Those of you that do not recognise the mountain .. its Tablemountain.
On a personal front .. what a hectic week. As mentioned earlier, I started a new job and what a hectic week. I still had some stuff to handover from my previous engagement to the person that is taking over from me so had to commute between Cape Town and Bellville a couple of times. Coming week will be more of the same and then things should start to get back to normal. Good luck Margie with all the new stuff. The new job is going as well as can be expected. Attending lots of meetings and get to know a lot of new faces, names and roles. A big plus is that it takes me now only about 10 minutes from my house to the office.
This all did not leave much time for social life. I will try to get some relaxing time in over this weekend by going to brunch this morning to catch up with a friend.
My son is off to Stellenbosch varsity next year and he did not make it into residence so we are now frantically looking for accommodation in Stellenbosch. If anybody know of something decent and not to expensive then please either leave a comment or contact me via my contact page.
Here is a photo I took earlier this morning from my balcony. What an amazing place I live in. Image: Marius Bock taken with Nokia N80