Cape Town is taking a lil’ break from the cold, wet rains, and that means enjoying some lekker sunshine while it lasts.
We’re not the only ones who are taking advantage of this warm weather, either.
Renowned travel blogger Mike Eloff (@thelawry on Instagram) managed to capture these stunning aerial shots of a dolphin pod frolicking in the Camps Bay waves on Monday afternoon.
Eloff uploaded the pics to Facebook, and these chaps look like they’re having a ton of fun out there:
He captioned the photo post:
Spotted this massive pod of dolphins passing Camps Bay earlier today!! How many do you count?
Safe to say, I’ve lost count already.
Anyone else feel like breaking out the cozzie and heading down there right now?
Okay, jumping the gun a little, but I bet I’m not the only one who feels like a stroll on the beach and a sunset drink afterwards.
If you believe that you shouldn’t let a Monday ruin a Sunday, then you’ll want to head to Café Caprice on Sunday, July 22, at 2PM, when they’ll be hosting a little something called the Christmas in July – Aprè Ski Roast.
For R250, you’ll be treated to a sumptuous, Sunday roast lunch with a welcome cocktail on arrival. Talk about classy, festive vibes.
DJs will spin the decks from 2PM ’til late, and you’ll get a cracking view of the Camps Bay coastline, so that you can indulge in some dolphin-watching if they happen to pass by.
Also, if you want to attract some good karma, Café Caprice will be running a clothing drive on the day, so you’re encouraged to bring any clothes or blankets you wish to donate.
Yup, Cafe Caprice will always bring the heat.
Speaking of which, mark your calendar for August 4, because that’s when Caprice’s Coast to Coast Brunch Series: Playa Ibiza goes down.
Teaming up with Absolut, Caprice is going all out to bring the Spanish fiesta to Camps Bay. Expect a day of dancing, fine dining, dolphin-watching and dope drinking specials, including:
Tickets cost R250 per person, which will get you shared starters for the table, one of four delicious main course options, and a welcome cocktail.
These events aren’t to be missed, and neither are those dolphins.
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