17th ISMS: social events (photo series)

  • A photo impression of the social events at the 2008 ISMS Congress. They featured a welcome cocktail party at The Westin, a Cape Malay street party at Oude Libertas and lunch at Blaauwklippen wine estate. The accompanying persons programme offered trips to Cape Point and Table Mountain, so there's also some pictures of the beautiful area here (25 pictures).

     

    Martmari Van Greuning, Ross Richardson and Roddy Cairns of SAMFA, organised the 17th ISMS. Here they are at the Welcome Cocktail in the Westin Grand Cape Town Arabella Quays, May 20, 2008.
    Kate Ahern (Sylvan Ireland), Alexander Khrenov (Mushroom Growing School, Russia) and others at the Welcome Cocktail.
    Magda Verfaillie (Mycelia, Belgium) and Roel Dreve (Mushroom Business magazine) at the Welcome Cocktail.
    Danny Rinker (Canada) and Liangcheng Chen (China) enjoying a glass of wine.
    View from spectacular Table Mountain.
    Cute little streets in colorful Bo Kaap neighbourhood.
    Fort of the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie, founded by Van Riebeek, Cape Town city centre.
    Cape Town, town hall.
    Cape Town, city gardens.
    Blaauwkippen Wine Estate near Stellenbosch, where we had lunch after the farm walks on May 24.
    Dutch group with Thed Vestjens (Walkro) in the middle, dressed up in African wear. This was before the (relative) success of the Orange team at the European Soccer Championship!
    Lottery winners.
    More of that bobotie please!
    Ray Samp at the party.
    Guys from Cpoint, Mushroom Business, Christiaens Group, Ten Cate Nicolon, Thilot (left to right) at the Cape Malay party.
    A nice evening for all.
    Fun and dance at the gala dinner party, sponsored by Topterra and Highveld Mushrooms.
    Musicians at the Cape Malay Street Party at the Oude Libertas Wine Estate, Stellenbosch, May 22.
    High cliffs, fresh air, wind and waves at Cape Point.
    A landmark attraction is Cape Point at the end of Cape Peninsula, with the legendary Cape of Good Hope. Cape Point is Africa's most southwesterly point.
    African penguin colony at Boulders Beach.
    Stunning views from Chapman's Peak Drive.
    Chapman's Peak Drive, a phenomenal Cape Town marine road with 114 curves. The 9 km road has sheer drops to the ocean below and is a photographers dream.
    The Waterfront in Cape Town, South Africa.
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