Second day in Port Elizabeth after a frugal breakfast, incomplete (asked for bacon and eggs that have never arrived) served in the kitchen area of the ugly Sir Roys Hotel, we take the car and decide to reach the Cape Francis Lighthouse a really nice place , rich in cliffs where we stop to have a snack together with seals and cormorants, the sea is beautiful, we take a long walk. Then we return to Port Elizabeth where we stop to eat something before returning to the hotel. Tomorrow we start towards the Garden Route a tourist route that crosses a region with an almost Mediterranean climate. It runs between the Indian Ocean and the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma mountains. It moves between the sea and a vegetation that combines the fynbos and the temperate forest.
Even the waters of the ocean are famous for their marine life: coral reefs, dolphins and sea lions; but above all, the Southern Right Whales that from July to December visit the numerous bays to give birth or breastfeed the calves.
Our next stop will be at Knysna.