Tuesday, 26 November 2013

Relaxing in Camp's Bay

It's hard to believe that only a week ago we were in the middle of Flotation '13. Jon arrived back in Falmouth on Sunday, and tells me that the final number of delegates was 257, making it the second biggest MEI conference ever. My report on Flotation '13 will be on the blog this coming weekend.

As did many of the delegates, Amanda, Barbara and I have stayed on for a few days. We have 4 nights in beautiful Camp's Bay on the opposite end of the Mountain from the Vineyard.


Always worth a visit for the spectacular mountain backdrop and sunsets, Camp's Bay boasts some fine restaurants, including the famous Blues, where we enjoyed an excellent late lunch. But if steak is your thing, then do not miss The Hussar Grill, rated number 1 on TripAdvisor, where last night we had chateaubriand  to die for.



We leave for the UK tomorrow, but will be back in Cape Town again in April for Comminution '14. And speaking of comminution, good news from our media sponsor International Mining - Prof. Alban Lynch has been inaugurated into the International Mining Hall of Fame, for his contribution to comminution research.  Internationally renowned flotation researcher Prof. Graeme Jameson takes the Concentration award.

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