Watching La Furia Roja in Cape Town

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We've had a tough time over the past couple of weeks. On the one side we had the world's football teams participate in the tournament of the decade and on the other side Kerry-Anne and I have been relentlessly slaving away at work, doing our part to keep this beautiful country's economy (and our household!) afloat.

I'm sure that if you're a regular follower of Cape Town Daily Photo that you'd have noticed that for the past two or three weeks photos and posts have been infrequent at best. If this made you sad, we apologise, it was totally unavoidable. The good news is that we're back and ready to catch you up on what you missed.

I'll be posting a couple of photos that I've collected over the past weeks over the next few of days until I've managed to catch up on the days that I've missed. Regrettably, due to the amount of time it takes, I'll have to sacrifice the article text until I've manged to catch up to the present day... but this I'm sure you'll excuse me for. :)

4 thoughts on “Watching La Furia Roja in Cape Town

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  3. Paul

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    Thanks Gryphn – the second half of this week went all pear-shaped at the office, but I’ll be catching up again over this weekend. :)

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