The weather started off much better than yesterday and we had breakfast on the deck before heading out.
John went bungee jumping from Bloukrans Bridge (the highest bungee jump in the world at 216m) while I watched from afar. A tour group from the UK watched alongside me - it was shocking how many people were there simply to watch strangers and didn't actually know anyone jumping.
After John's jump (which took almost two hours in total... all for a few seconds fall and 5-10 minutes of dangling) we made our way to Jeffreys Bay. J-Bay is known for its surfing and it seemed like a strange town.
The B&B we stayed at in J-Bay was in a gated community that was an odd mix of an unfinished McMansion-style neighbourhood, Florida, and Disneyland. Streets that went nowhere (appropriately called 'closes'), vacant lots, turrets on the main building and the bridges, canals, and, perhaps the oddest architectural detail, identical white trim on all the houses. The houses had radically different styles, but they all had this same out-of-place gingerbread-type trim.
After checking into the B&B we went for lunch to De Walskipper on the beach - an outdoor place with sand for the floor and lots of seafood. After lunch we played some mini golf at the boardwalk and found a Spar (gotta love the Spar!).
The evening was quite windy and cold, but we still managed to drink a bottle of wine on the deck overlooking the odd canals...