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 …
... how many dolphins we had swam with! Also they start add performing acrobatics. Then began the journey back and we even got to see a sperm whale albeit in the distance! Once back on shore we picked up the USB with our pictures on, did a food shop and then stayed at the hostel for the remainder of the afternoon/evening trying to warm up with hot chocolate and teas and then pasta carbonara for dinner - with a glass of wine! After dinner the only option was bed so we did just ...
... were coming to Blenheim in 2 weeks. The bench and Magnolia tree that was planted in memory of Lady Dianna was going to be sat upon by these two.
Also came across a novel idea of a portable room for rent!! Could have many uses (We stayed in one at a Holiday park). But the best one is for the teenager!!!!!!! Sure would have loved one of those so many years ago.
Another interesting innovative building was ...
... an inordinate amount of holiday lodgings and still many small old cottages.
There is a Lavender Farm nearby. Disappointingly most of the lavender had recently been clipped. Just a few smaller garden beds had colour.
That's where I found the beautiful black and white fungi which is an edible mushroom if eaten while young and fresh.
... start – we have to check out and pack up the car, then head down for our dolphin swimming trip. The sky is very grey and overcast, with some drizzle in the air. After a few nice days we’d been hoping for more! As we pull into the car park and observe the grey sky and increased swell on the water we’re reminded of the last time we did this, when we were the first boat to go out in a week due to the bad weather, and where conditions ...