also a great night out and ofcourse I can not wait for Madam Zigara
who will be back end May !.
This was the best act of the evening but they are leaving to Las Vegas
Romanian performers Constantin Ciobotaru and Dan Tazlauanu who perform Ballance, have joined the show for ten weeks only before moving to Cirque du Soleil’s Mystère production in Las Vegas
Its a breathtaking hand to hand strength act, they literally have the audience gasping in their seats
absolutely amazing !
You pay 350 Rand Per person if you want to sit at the outer edge of the show or 450 Rand for tables closer to the stage, it includes a 3 course dinner, one welcome drink I had no idea what it was, it tasted like a lemonade but they claimed it was a vodka drink
Performances run Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8:15pm with guests to be seated by 7:45pm. Advance reservations are essential: 021 419 9002.
Vaudeville is located at 11 Mechau Street (off lower Bree Street) on the Foreshore in Cape Town
one of the most dramatic marine routes in the world that hugs the coast of the Atlantic Seaboard for nine kilometres
The combination of steep, almost thrilling rocky inclines, shimmering blue waters and expansive skies simply takes the breath away
Hout Bay (Afrikaans: Houtbaai, from the Dutch for "Wood Bay") is the name of a coastal suburb of Cape Town, South Africa with a mix of neighbourhoods from the very rich to the very poor
Hout Bay is surrounded by mountain to the North, East and West and the Southern Atlantic Ocean to the South. In the North it is bordered by Table Mountain National Park comprising of the Orangekloof Nature reserve and the bottom slopes of Table Mountain beyond that. To the North-West it is bordered by the backside of the Twelve Apostles, known as the Oranjekloof. To the West it is bordered by Little Lion's Head (Klein Leeukop), Karbonkelberg, Kaptein's Peak and the Sentinel. To the East it is bordered by the Vlakkenberg, Skoorsteenskopberg and Constantiaberg. The world famous Chapman's Peak Drive is carved out of the mountainside and leads towards Noordhoek and onwards to Cape Point.
Then via Llandudno and Camps Bay through the pass between Judas Peak (part of the Twelve Apostles) and Little Lion's Head and
half an hour later I am home
Just another fantastic sunday in my beloved Cape Town
Just as the name Cape Town Stadium has started to become part of the lingua franca for locals, Fifa has revived the name Green Point Stadium by printing it, instead of the new name, on all match tickets.
Thousands of tickets with what appeared to be a misprint were sold last week in over-the-counter sales at Fifa ticket offices around the country.
Included with the ticket was a booklet that also referred to the stadium as Green Point Stadium.
The name was approved and changed by the City of Cape Town in September.
Local Organising Committee chief of communications Rich Mkhondo said today the name was not a misprint.
He said the Green Point name had been loaded on to the ticket sales system before the stadium was renamed.
"Although it may appear to be a misprint, it is not. At the time the stadium's information was loaded up, it still reflected the old name. But in accordance to Fifa policy, the name was changed to reflect its city. The ticket simply displays the old name and is not a concern."
Richard Saddington, from Milnerton, purchased a ticket for the preliminary Cape Town games on Friday. When he inspected it more carefully yesterday, he discovered what he thought was a misprint.
"This is both shockingly funny and horrible at the same time. Locals won't have any problem with it but tourists who don't know Cape Town might think we have two World Cup match venues.
I honestly think they should have done better."
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The Green Point Soccer Stadium now called Cape Town Stadium is built for the 2010 World Cup semi-final host city of Cape Town, South Africa. Matches to be played here are on:
See my blog archive for construction progress photos of the very beginning till now !
The Green Point Stadium is the second biggest in South Africa A photogallery of the construction process with my photos and 2010 information can be found on the official Cape Town Tourism website hereMy YouTube site : here