Had an amazing experience at the Table Bay Hotel a few weeks back when Karina and I were invited to their #ChefTableBay event. I had no idea we were going to be doing a proper Masterchef competition to determine the winner and with our non-existant cooking skills, we were a really really LONG shot of winning, especially with real food and wine bloggers attending!
Watch the video below from the event – I feel like a proper rockstar watching it!
Here is a quick video walkthrough I made of the Presidential Suite at the Table Bay Hotel. So you can guess who won… :)
I guess its a tribute to Steve that I’m currently writing this blog post on a device he created and using a mouse he designed.
For a person who I never met, he has made the biggest impact on my business life. I strive to build websites that are as perfect as apple.com and design & code those websites only on products he created. I’ve changed the way I consume media by using an iPad and by watching movies on my Apple TV. I also started running because my iPod could track how far and fast I ran when synced with my Nike+ shoes.
The Table Bay Hotel is one of Cape Town’s top 5 star hotels, situated at the V&A Waterfront.
Not only is it an exquisite hotel, it also boasts one of the best restaurants in Cape Town, the Atlantic Grill, which is where 1 lucky person can win a dinner for 2!
If you not in Cape Town, you can also win! Read further down…
How do I enter?
All you have to do is tweet about the Chef’s Table Bay event that is happening on the 24th of September, include the hashtag #chefstablebay and my Twitter username @JBagley. A simple retweet will do it too!
A few bloggers have been selected to enjoy a day at the Table Bay Hotel. We will be driven to the event by chauffeur, treated to cocktails, enjoy our own cooking show and dine at the Atlantic Grill restaurant!
This competition is to help me win the prize at the Chefs Table Bay event and you’ll get to win dinner for 2! Even if I don’t win, I’ll still give away this prize. I’m just betting on enough people entering my competition to hopefully guarantee me winning a prize too!
Ive just returned from an amazing 7 day holiday to Afriski in Lesotho. I dont think many people would believe there is a great ski resort with real snow only a few hours drive from Johannesburg!
The resort has a number of wooden cabins, apartments and backpackers lodge to cater for pretty much any size family or group. There were 10 of us and rented one of the largest cabins for 5 nights.
There is also a restuarant and cafe / pub that comes to life after the sun goes down.
They have 1 beginner training slope for ski’ers, an intermediate slope for beginner snowboarders and then their main 1km slope. They also create snow most nights, so during the winter months, even when it hasn’t been snowing, you can almost be assured of being able to snowboard and ski.
It took me about 2 days to learn to snowboard whereby I’m now totally comfortable going down the big slope and had the confidence to try new things. After the first days lessons I was so bleak. I couldnt seem to get anything right, my body was aching and I was so upset that I had spent all this money to get to Afriski and that I’d be there for a couple more days and couldn’t stand up on the snowboard! A good nights sleep and me dreaming about snowboarding seemed to fix that. It’s amazing what the sub-conscious can do.
I highly recommend anyone that is planning an overseas snowboarding holiday to hit Afriski first to get your snow legs and then head off to Austria, Switzerland and the likes.
The US have a huge obesity problem, but since when is its McDonalds fault? Sure they sell the food, but who pays for that processed burger, deep fried chips and fizzy drink? Parents! Kids are taken to McDonalds by their folks who order and pay for the unhealthy food.
So explain to me why McDonalds bows down to the US government when they tell them to make their food healthier? They are a private company creating thousands of jobs. Imagine McDonalds turned around and told the US government they were replacing 90% of their staff force with an assembly line that now automatically makes all their meals?
Start educating parents on how to feed their kids better, get them to exercise more and generally look after their kids heath, rather than changing an ingredient or 2 at McDonalds. By attacking and getting McDonalds to make these tiny changes, they sending out the message that its ok to eat their Happy Meals.
It’s never ok to eat at McDonalds if you are obese!