Celebrating a little Cape Town Culture

Photo by Gale E
Photo by Gale E


Drummers in South Africa
Photo by Gale E


Drummers in South Africa
Photo by Gale E


I was fortunate to visit Cape Town in 2012 to attend an incentive event related to my job. The colors, sights and sounds of this South African capital city (one of three) were amazing. Being a Caribbean girl, I especially loved the African drummers with their hypnotic rhythms and unique chants as they let us glimpse a bit of their culture in dance/song. It was definitely a trip never to be forgotten; thanks to the WordPress Photo Challenge for helping me to remember these good times 🙂

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“Dance culture permeates South Africa, be it in the streets of its shanty towns or on the stages of its magnificent art houses, South African dancers have always displayed the kind of skill that leaves audiences awestruck. A naturally rhythmic country that, to a certain extent, jived to its freedom.”

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Barbadian mother and lover of laughter; story teller and best-selling author; happy to follow God's lead and to live my mantra: "you've gotta be a rainbow in the lives of others when it rains."

8 thoughts on “Celebrating a little Cape Town Culture”

  1. Great photos, gale. Yes, those African drummers really know how to get people up and dancing to their rhythm. I’m happy to know that you loved your visit to Cape Town. It’s a wonderful city for sure. 🙂


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