If you look really closely at the above photo you might see a little lump at both the top and bottom of the cliffs in the distance.
The scenery was fantastic and our guide took us on a walk away from the lighthouse and to the furthest point on the mainland.
We then hopped back on the bus and almost immediately passed a big group of wild ostriches on the beach.
They are taller than most people, weigh up to 130 kilograms and have a very sharp and dangerous big toe, so we just admired them from inside the bus.
The next stop was probably the highlight of our trip to South Africa - a visit to the penguins.
They are based at Boulders which is a beautiful beach, with - you've guessed it - lots of giant boulders on it.
Much more exciting than the boulders though were the penguins, hundreds of them just chilling out out a Sunday afternoon. We were on a boardwalk above them and they ignored us all completely and just got on with their lives.