I’ve recently gotten inspired to go on more hikes and explore. A rewarding investment so far and one that I’m looking forward to expanding soon, with Canada’s beauty on the horizon.
So being in Cape Town for WordCamp, how could I pass up the opportunity to trek up Table Mountain? After taking me to Lion’s Head a few days earlier, Job Thomas was again so nice to take time out of his schedule to show me around, this time even along with his wife Kim, and it was definitely a memorable half day.
Just after sunrise on my second day in Cape Town, Job Thomas picked me up at my hotel and took me to hike up Lion’s Head, one of the more popular hikes around. It didn’t rain which was good, it was however a little cloudy and foggy. It was a great start into the day and an even better introduction to Cape Town. Thank you Job!
Not only did I get upgraded to Business Class on my trip from Frankfurt to Johannesburg, it got also assigned Lufthansa’s latest Siegerflieger! It’s the aircraft they scheduled to carry Germany’s Olympic athletes back home from Brazil.
At my team’s meetup in Prague this month we went on a four-hour food tour, organized by Taste of Prague. Jan, our guide, was great, taking us from blue-collar, traditional Czech food, to the Vietnamese influence, to Czech wine, and finally to a higher-end place that combines old Czech cuisine with the new.
Eska, the final restaurant we went to, was outstanding. From the design, to the way the kitchen is set up, to the food presentation, it left a lasting impression. An impression so good that we came back for lunch a couple of days later. This post should probably be titled “Eska” since all pictures are from that stop, but they are just the most shareable.
If you’re ever in Prague, make sure to get in touch with Jan and Taste of Prague, and let them take you beyond the tourist traps around Charles Bridge.