It feels as though we have come a long way since the ongoing buzz buzz and non-stop sound of vuvuzelas down Regent Road and all of Seapoint, only to get to a day like today.
Father’s Day. Dignified and quiet. Could it be that all vuvu-blowers are taking a rest and have put the trumpets of Africa down for the day? Is it possible? This is the first day in about a week and a half I am yet to hear that now familiar sound.
Now I am as patriotic as the next person, but at some stage a little peace and quiet is well deserved and very welcome. I do feel it – and I know it’s here, and I am so proud to be in South Africa during this glorious event, but to all Seapoint Vuvu-lovers, La Mouette thanks you for this Sunday day of rest – please – tomorrow, return to your stations, yes Mr car-guard I am talking to you – yes Mr Taxi Driver, I am also talking to you – and take the streets with pride, blow your hearts out.
Bafana-bafana needs all the love it can get right now!
Oh and on the subject of Seapoint and all things nice, La Mouette kicks off their Winter Special on the 21st of June with pride. Chef Henry has prepared a wonderful menu of 6 courses for only R150! See Menu tab for details.
We look forward to seeing you here!