April 25, 2014
Enjoy an action-packed #lovecapetown adventure on no-work-Monday
Leonie is a born and bred Capetonian and Hout Bay resident, where she lives the simple life as freelance communications consultant, blogger, mom, wife, triathlete, Pinterest freak, film fanatic, cyber stalker, baker, geek and rebel.
If she has her way, she’d spend her days reviewing films and theatre, eating chocolate, pinning the latest craft ideas or training with her swim coach, but alas… somebody has to throw money at race entries, school fees and delicious treats for Jackie Chan and Justin Bieber, her (children’s) crazy cats…
When she isn’t working, swimming, cycling or running, Leo can be found visiting farmers’ markets, experimenting with Paleo / hflc baking, or looking for fun things to do with her children while Da Husband is out fishing.
She loves travelling but is afraid of flying.
Say goodbye to the Monday blues and hello to a day of freedom and fun!
Forgot about your pasella day off this coming Monday? We will show you how you can #lovecapetown from morning to sunset, doing the action-packed fun things you can only dream about when you're stuck in the office...
Pack a breakfast picnic, put on your hiking shoes and take the Platteklip Gorge scramble to the top of Table Mountain, where you can soak up the sights of the Mother City.
Explore a little and watch the city come to life before you take a relaxed ride down in the cable car.
And remember, birthday boys and girls get a free ride! Simply bring your SA ID along.
Still feel energetic after your Table Mountain adventure? Then jump into your car, head out onto the N2 and make your way to Blue Rock on the beautiful slopes of Helderberg Mountains.
Blue Rock with its crystal clear lake offers cable water skiing, wakeboarding or knee boarding, with loads of other fun activities for the whole family.
Refuel at the restaurant (remember to book) and spend the afternoon lazing in the sun.
Your action-packed afternoon starts here!
End your day with a spectacular 360 degree panoramic view of Cape Town on the Cape Wheel, which operates at the V&A Waterfront.
You could even enjoy a sundowner picnic while you ride! For a few bucks extra, you will get a basket that you can fill with your picnic goodies of choice, and a Cape Wheel ride that will last twice as long (30 minutes instead of the normal 12 - 15 minutes). The perfect way to end off a perfect day! *bookings essential
http://www.capewheel.co.za/Check out Cape Wheel's website for more information and to book your tickets.
Enjoy the fabulous freedom of no-work-Monday!