I always associate Cape Town with laughter, die Kaapse Klopse (a local Malayan band with fresh, lively cultural Cape Town music – very unique) and off course Table Mountain and a pristine coast line. Good food, good people and a very laid back atmosphere.
Photo: Dr. Theo Geyser from In Via
I had a great opportunity to preach at a new groundbreaking church (In Via). Follow them if you dare on http://www.invia.org.za/ Their approach to changing our world is fresh and dynamic. The group of young people were inspiring to say the least …. and oh yes …… if they do invite you to speak in Cape Town be prepared that they might just stop you in the middle of your message to ask you a few questions on your content.
Photo: Table Mountain from Blouberg Beach
I did spend a few days in Cape Town though and caught some of the scenery I can never get enough off. If you have never been in Cape Town make sure to mark it on your agenda as one of the places you just have to see before you …… well …… travel again!
Photo: Typical sounds from the Kaapse KlopsePhoto: A visit to the Waterfront is a given.
Photo: Chapmans Peak is a great drive around Table Mountain. It is usually
closed due to rock falls but this time around it was open so we took the
opportunity to see the beauty it beholds.
Photo: Stellenbosch where I also had the opportunity to share. Also a place
where I studied many moons ago. Stellenbosch was founded in the 1700
by Simon van der Stel and is well known for its immaculate wines.
Keep following my route …………