Admiral Creighton Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today I took the train north to Kiakouri to go whale watching. The area is known for its sperm whales as well as other sea life such as dolphins and seals. I went out on the afternoon tour. It took a while but he finally came up for air. There are several whales who live in the area, our whale was named Tiaki. The whales can be distinguished by …
... pod, so we motored over, and there were about 200, all leaping and splashing, spinning and generally playing. Some darting about fast. They were friendly and came to investigate us. Particularly if you tried to dive down, which was hard in such a thick buoyant wet suit! That really attracted them, perhaps they thought I needed help! Anyway , was a wonderful experience, there were just so many of them, they were all around, darting in between ...
... begins to pulse so hard it might escape the confines of his skin". These days, thankfully, are few and far between as well.
Today, however, was the best kind of day! It is what Jenn and I term the, "Knock It Out of the Park Day." This day, so far, is the most frequently occurring day. We set one of those rare alarms to go off at 8:00 am to call captain Jared to confirm the weather was good enough to take a charter fishing trip ...
... in a pool. One was playing with a big bit of seaweed. All of a sudden they all made a rush out of the pool. We watched and a couple of large older males were psyching each other up and obviously the young ones decided it was prudent to get out of the way. As soon as the males wandered away the young ones all dashed back into the pool. It was quite comical.
The weather that day was fierce with gusts blowing Sid all over the road. It looked like we might ...
... to other season. You can only work as a vineyard pruner or maybe at factories or cafe. I ask if it is possible to camp outside but was told that it would not be wise as it is was cold here and you could even see droplet of ices in the morning.
I went to New World at further end of the town to buy some hams and can beans to treat myself. I got the craving for can beans with Indomee noodle with Green back at Picton. After putting ...