On 30 January 2016 an attemp was made to break the Kite Surfing world record that was held by Spain at Blouberg Beach, Cape Town. The previous record was 353 kiters which was broken with the new record now standing at 415 kitters.
It was a perfect sunny windy day with perfect conditions for the kitters.
At 1pm the 400 plus kitters set off from the beach in front of Dophin Beach hotel up to Doodles restuarant, a stretch of about 1km. When all was counted and verified, 415 kitters were in the air/on the water at the same time.
Yes, I know, this blog was dead for more than a year and there was many reasons for it which is not really important.
So what has happened since then:
After 2 and a bit years at Internet Solutions I have decided to move on work wise. It was a great time at IS and I learned and experienced a lot about the Internet and ISP industry in South Africa and what it take to work with last mile infrastructure for large corporates. Let me just say, it is a tough world out there.
I have joined a small team in Naspers, working on WeChat for Africa and doing great things around WeChat. I will blog more about that on my other more technical blog — The Technical Side
Tomorrow (7 Sep) I am off to go visit my WeChat colleagues in China for 11 days. Looking so forward to it. I will try to at least post some photos of my trip and the experience.
Oh and I am still very single if anybody was wondering 🙂
This is it for now while I go and get my packing done.