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Daddy’s Angels

Daddy’s Angels

Behind every successful man stands a woman .., in Daddy’s case there are 3 highly motivated and passionate women, who ensures that everything runs smoothly in all aspects. They are our “all women” management team, or as we lovingly refer to them, “Daddy’s Angels”.

The City Bowl Market on Hope: The Incidental Daddy

The City Bowl Market on Hope: The Incidental Daddy

There’s something special about shopping at a market: The fresh flowers, fruit and vegetables lovingly collected, the people behind the products, inviting aromas of beautifully prepared food and the buzz of happy voices as friends – and foodies – meet and catch up over carefully selected spoils.

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point: The Incidental Daddy

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point: The Incidental Daddy

Having introduced the idea of a visit to Boulders Beach penguin colony just outside Simonstown a while back, and with all of the public holidays that lie before us, I wanted to encourage you to continue that journey on to the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point, where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans are said to meet.

Boulders Beach Penguin Colony: The Incidental Daddy

Boulders Beach Penguin Colony: The Incidental Daddy

Life does rush by at a pace that frightens me, and I am grateful that The Incidental Daddy and eternal traveller within me always remembers to stop, look and see more than the rush. There are so many wonderful experiences to be had, with many of them right here in Cape Town, and I’m determined to seek them out. With that in mind, this week I’d like to recommend a visit to Boulders Beach to see the Colony of African Penguins that live here. It’s also a wonderful place to take in the sea breeze.

Iziko South African Museum: The Incidental Daddy

Iziko South African Museum: The Incidental Daddy

If you find yourself with a couple of hours to spare on any day, I’d highly recommend finding your way to the Iziko South Africa Museum for an explore and a wander. Located in the Company’s Garden, the Museum was founded in 1825 and houses important collections in the field of zoology, paleontology and archeology.