Today is Madiba’s birthday, which means it’s also Nelson Mandela Day. This year has a different feel to it that usual. It almost seems odd to be writing this while the great man himself is so ill on his 95th birthday.
As you probably already know, Cape Point is the tip of the Cape Peninsula but isn’t actually where two oceans meet – the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean come together at Cape Agulhas, a couple of hundred kilometres to the east. But it’s beautiful and worth a visit, so who really cares?
Let me introduce myself, my name is Malin, a Hospitality Management student and - more importantly - the new intern at the Grand Daddy Hotel. I just arrived from Sweden two weeks ago so my adventure has just started and I am still in that phase where there is something new to see around almost every street corner and the view from my bedroom window takes my breath away every single morning.
Winter tends to mean a period of hibernation to most Capetownians with attendance at Club Duvet peaking in popularity but this winter rather than letting yourself go come and join us at the Grand Daddy Hotel for some sexy, saucy and as you shall see below highly beneficial for your health, salsa dancing!!
Winter in Cape Town means stormy weather, fireplaces, movies and hot beverages with beautiful warm sunny days in between. Winter also heralds the start of Cape Town’s spectacular winter specials which allows us locals and those special visitors, who know how much the Cape has to offer summer or winter, an opportunity to feast on some fabulous food and stay in some awesome places on a budget and The Grand Daddy Hotel is totally on board with this!!