Admiral Creighton Bed & Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I will admit that my solo night in Christchurch was a little too much time to let silly anxieties creep in to my jet lagged mind. I felt like a kid the night before going off to sleep away camp where I wouldn't know anybody. Well, silly I was! This is going to be a great group to spend time with and my fears of possibly being ' not quite right' for …
... me, staring up curious at the thing above it. I was grinning ear to ear when I popped back up, not the best idea with a snorkel- you will swallow a lot of water. But I couldn't help it they were so close! We saw several more, some were curious about what we were, others couldn't care less and a few were concerned and swam away, and we were coached the whole time on what to do, stay slow, stay calm, stay quiet. All things that ...
... more before diverting to a group of albatross, then down to some rocks for seals before heading back. A great trip and,whilst I didn't feel cold in the water ( winter weight wetsuit, helmet, gloves and socks) once out I started to shiver. Maggie also felt cold in the 8C daytime temp plus a stiff breeze. Once back we stopped at supermarket to buy a tub of hot chocolate, I think we are going to need it this ...
... the last night at the airport. this time however we stayed in the car and were driving around till around midnight before we got to the airport where we spent the night reading books that we bought for $4 each :)
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if you want to see the baby seals in action have a look at the links below for videos
baby seals in ohau stream
baby seals in kaikoura
... place at a submarine canyon 1600m deep and actually the closest submarine canyon to land in the world. This makes it perfect feeding ground for whales! We arrived in Kaikora rushed thinking we had ran out of time but upon check in found out we were fine. Carted over the peninsula to the harbour and climbed onto a super fast powerful catamaran made specifically for chasing whales. We were given the precautions about seasickness and were off. The maori ...