We visit Stellenbosch which is full of culture and diversity and a rich history, beautiful architecture, 100’s of vineyards and lots of things to do, and only 50km from the city centre of Cape Town.
Darren explores Aucor to see what they have available on the auction.
After reviewing our last few videos it was clear it was time for a clean up. Hair Cut and retail therapy… no better place than Canal Walk in Century City.
Cape Town has a wide variety of places to do yoga. We went to do a teacher profile video for Linde from Yogalicious in Milnerton. Catch some nice timelapses at the end from lions head.
We are both still Virgin’s. Thats the name given to people who haven’t yet participated in AfricaBurn.
The reason the pro told me to keep my head down, was so i couldn’t see him laughing.
One of the many business startup meetings we decided to film as we where still trying to find out direction for the business, Dean had a quick run around Table Mountain & I took the myciti bus to Cape Town which was super efficient.
We dont want to forget where we came from, and that the reason for creating these videos, plus it helped us get our skills sorted for filming whilst on the run
Trivia – Upside Down Flag
This what i could find regarding flying a flag the wrong way around, not sure if this only applies to the USA.
Flying the American flag upside down is an officially recognized signal of distress.
Here is the relevant part of the US Code of Laws regarding how to fly the flag when in distress:
THE UNITED STATES FLAG CODE
Title 4, Chapter 1
§ 8(a)The flag should never be displayed with the union down, except as a signal of dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.
Most individuals who have served in military service of our nation should recognize this signal.
People ask if it is OK to fly the flag upside down in protest, for example: to protest the economy, an election or against the war.
The Flag Code states it should only be displayed upside down when there is extreme danger to life or property. It would be quite the stretch to make an argument that any type of political purpose would constitute “dire distress”.
It is recommended that people who wish to make a protest in this fashion do so that it is respectful of the flag.
We must remember that our flag represents the government of the United States and all of its policies.
It also stands for our freedom of speech, our right to practice or even not to practice the religion of our choice and it represents one united nation in all its glory and the American values.
Most importantly it stands for the sacrifices made past, present and in the future to protect our freedoms.
Brother and sister creatives from www.seizethecity.capetown take some well earned R&R or as we like to call it a “board meeting”. We learn to surf flow and hola hoop all in a days work. Life is tuff in Cape Town.