7de LAAN se “HOEZIT MY TJOMMA” WITBANK FLOOZE is terug met ‘n splinternuwe cd en show en vanjaar is jou favourite tjomma ook by die Crayfish Derby in Gansbaai. Hier kan jy van die eerstes in jou omgewing wees wat hierdie veelbesproke aktrise, sangeres en liedjieskrywer se uiteenlopende kommin/cool klanke in lewende lywe ervaar.
As FLOOZE oorrompel sy steeds gehore landwyd, haar classy Floozerayna moves bring die kommin in jou uit, haar sin vir humor is so aansteeklik soos waterpokkies in Witbank en haar alombekende tune “HOEZIT MY TJOMMA” het die musiekmark soos ‘n 7de Laan Flooze vuishou getref...
Met Sorina/Flooze se eerste cd “Hoezit my tjomma” het sy reeds goue status bereik met album verkope van meer as 25 000 kopieë. Die einste album het ook ‘n Vonk toekenning en Huisgenoot Tempo toekenning gewen vir die beste humor album van 2011. Haar nuwe album “Ek Watch Jou” volg beslis in dieselfde spore as sy voorganger toe sy reeds vanjaar met die GHOEMA toekenning weggestap het vir die beste humor album.
Ten spyte van al die toekennings en sukses, bly Sorina se lewensleuse steeds Koos du Plessis se woorde: “Wat ek is, is net genade en wat ek het, is net geleen” Die “EK WATCH JOU” album beloof om haar aanhangers en Tjommas nog meer gelukkiger te maak want daar is iets vir almal, van die Tjommies, die Tjommas die Tjomammas en Tjompappas tot die Tjommagoggos !!! Ja vermaak vir die hele familie, “all ages” humor op sy beste!
Dié rondte klim Sorina, die meisiemens agter die masker van die Flooze, egter self ook sterker in die bokskryt om gestroop te staan en die binnekant van haar hart se woorde te wys. Maar die groot vraag bly steeds: Wie is SORINA nou eintlik?!?! Is sy regtig die wille Witbank Flooze wannabe met maltrap manewales wat jonk en
oud kan bekoor met oortuigende kommingeit?! Of is sy soos elkeen daarbuite ook maar net ‘n gewone skaam meisiekind?!
Kom kuier saam by die Crayfish Derby in Gansbaai en kom vind vir jouself uit. Kom ervaar, beleef, beluister en gee jouself oor aan ‘n show wat jou gaan wegblaas anner kant Witbank verby!!! So bring jou hele FAMILIE om dit te kom geniet. Hou vas jou lag en maak vas hierie dag my Tjomma want hier kom ‘n Flooze van ‘n ander valley na jouse valley!!!
Datum: 30 Maart 2013
Plek: Crayfish Derby
Besprekings: Chrizulene 082 873 6889
Soos Flooze sal sê: MY TJOMMA, EK WATCH JOU DAAR!!!!
Rounding the bend at the edge of the Gansbaai Peninsula on the Cape's south coast, a wide, sweeping coast opens out in front of you. At first glance it appears quite desolate, and it is... mostly. However, tucked behind ancient dunes, the ground has been cleared to make way for vines.
You are now at the southernmost tip of Africa, a promontory exposed to the elements, where two oceans are said to meet. This bleak landscape is far from the lush rolling vineyards of the traditional Cape Winelands, yet it creates wines filled with the character and vigour needed to tame this terrain.
This is the home of Lomond Vineyards, located 34° 34' south, one of very few wineries with a Cape Agulhas District appellation. Its extreme southerly location, proximity to the sea and varied soils with unique terroir, contribute to distinctive single-vineyard wines.
The annual Fees van die Ganse takes place from the 29th June – 1 July 2012. It will be held at the Gansbaai Sports grounds.
This is a festival to showcase what Gansbaai has to offer. The motto has always been Local is Lekker and the emphasis is on local and the whole Gansbaai community is encouraged to take part and local charity organizations benefit greatly from this festival.
One of the highlights of the Festival (and one of the reasons why the Festival is held in the winter) is the Winter Fynbos Show. This showcase of the winter fynbos is the only one in the area and the show is truly awesome.
The festival starts on Friday the 29 June -Fynbos show, stall, tea garden, beertent, local artists. Friday evening kicks off with a fashion show and a performance by Freddie Nest.
Saturday the 30th is the main Festival show and apart from the stalls, beertent, tea garden and childrens entertainment also has –
A Mountain Bike Fun ride – in the Fynbos. Various routes to suit all riders.
A two-ball American Scramble golf tournament
A 4x4 Obstacle challenge
A special Festival Hike
A four-leg fishing competition
The activities on the sports field include a sheep dog demonstration, soap-box (go-cart) race, plenty of live entertainment, Local artists will be performing during the day.
The highlight of the Evenings entertainment will beJennifer Zumudio, Hugo Nieuwoudt and Jomari Greyling
Sunday – interdenominational Church service and Pet show apart from all the stalls and childrens entertainment
A small entrance fee is charged – R30 for adults and R20 for Pensioners and R10 for scholars. (Weekend tickets can for purchased for R50 for adults, R30 for pensioners and R15 for scholars)
There is also a special “Feather ticket @R100. The holder of this ticket is entitled to entry into the festival on both days as well as a host of special discounts at the various businesses in town to the value of R300. These tickets are valid from 4 June to 31 July.
(For more info – Gansbaai Tourism Bureau – 028 3841439 / Glenda Kitley 072 2915564
Meaning Goose Bay, a goose is definitely the last think that popped into my mind when I thought of Gansbaai. The first thing that came me was Great White Sharks large white teeth only inches away with only a steal cage keep this predator. Over the past few years Gansbaai has become quite well known destination for Shark cage diving drawing even the rich and famous to our shores like Brad Pitt, Matt Deamon and Prince Harry and let’s not forget the lovely Ladies like Halle Berry and Blake Lively who have all dared these waters.
Well lets not give them all the attention, getting the name the Big 2 town already tells you there is more than just sharks in this town, Gansbaai also welcome the giants of the ocean the Southern Right Whales each year from July to December. Walkerbay covering the western side of Gansbaai has been a safe place for the Southern Right Whale for years to mate, give birth and rise their calf till they are strong enough for the big oceans.
But before these two attractions bought people from all over to this town, a small community of people formed next to the fresh water fountain close to where the harbor is located today, back then the fountain was also home to some wild geese soon came the name “Gansgat” (goose hole”), and later on change something more respectable so came the name Gansbaai as we all know it today.
For many locals Gansbaai is still a fishing village as it has always been. The harbor still play a big role in many of the locals every day live, driving through Gansbaai you will notice that almost every driveway has a boat parked next to the family car. Gansbaai also host to main Festivals each year the “Kreef Derby” and the “Ganse” Festival
Gansbaai is filled main and back roads down to the harbor a filled with restaurants pubs and other entertainment, a must do when visiting Gansbaai is visit the pub down at the harbour order yourself a drink , have a seat outside on the deck and watch the sun set as the last boats come in. If you want to make this experience even more worthwhile why not make that drink a locally brewed beer from Birkenhead breweries or even one our local overberg wines
Well that my bit on Gansbaai as the sun sets over the ocean and the seagulls start retreating home