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Travel Blogs from Kaikoura
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 …
... the story of the Death Railway in Thailand where we were a few months ago. We recognised quite a few scenes from Kanchanaburi including one in Hellfire pass. The film was really good although a bit harrowing at times because of the violence.
Later on we sat outside our motel room in the late afternoon sunshine with a glass of wine listening to the sound of the waves on the shingle beach just 50 yards away. Very pleasant!
... 15 minutes on the surface before diving for approximately 45 minutes a time. Before the dive they kind of fold in the middle and you get a massive tail splash....and every so often they stick their heads right out the water to have a look round! I cannot explain what a buzz this was. We got to see the whole animal, head to tail, which we wouldn't have seen on a boat plus I was a tad choppy. The young lad at the from of the plane found the tight turns to left ...
... 8211; it’s still fairly sunny but is definitely windier with more clouds in the sky. We head down to check in for the kayaking and meet up with the other folks paddling with us – an Aussie couple on their honeymoon and a kiwi/pom couple. We head out to the South Bay and jump out of the van to assess the conditions. It’s not looking good – there are lots of whitecaps out on the water and we can feel a strong offshore breeze. ...
the sea and found our way to The Pier Hotel where we had their Sunday roast
special of roast ham with all sorts of roasted and steamed veg. Very good and
very reasonable. By the time we left there the sun was out and the wind had
dropped considerably - the weather here can change so quickly – and we were
able to go up to the lookout to see the 360degree view before returning to
Austin Heights. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility