It was another lovely sunny day in the Mother City, the guests arrived at the Waterfront in the luxurious Raddison Blu hotel cars. We then met with them and walked them to the Tigger 2 yacht, docked in the bay with all its beauty and class. We boarded the yacht and the guests were handed mainstay cocktails by our promotional models. We took a couple of photographs and off we went on our cruise. The boat took us to Clifton were we docked. They all spent a lot of time downstairs at the bar having drinks. The crew on the boat served lunch while we were docked at Clifton (a typically South African braai with salads). The yacht then took us back to the waterfront. The vibe on the boat was one only a Mainstay party could create, flowing drinks and good music was the order of the day. After docking back at the Waterfront the guests were escorted to the mall where they had a dream shopping spree.
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Usually when I hear of “Gordon’s Dry Gin” my mind automatically reverts to an image of local political satire comic ‘Madam & Eve’s’ little older Mother Abigail Anderson with “Gin & Tonic” in hand. I’ve always associated the drink to an older generation alcoholic beverage or alternatively a very good hangover cure.