Ardara Lodge Bed & Breakfast

Address: 233 Schoolhouse Rd, Kaikoura, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Kaikoura

      Dolphins & Kayaking!

      A travel blog entry by codie on Mar 13, 2015

      44 photos

      ... up getting my shoe wet again.
      Ari’s skirt thing hadn’t worked, so somehow she was soaked all up her back! We got on the shuttle and went back to the kayak place, then walked back to the hostel.


      Sat in the kitchen area for a while, then made tea, had pasta with broccoli, was nice.
      Went back to the room and had showers, then sat in bed and watch some tv. We were knackered and ended up falling asleep pretty much as soon as our heads hit the ...

      A slice of paradise - New Zealand

      A travel blog entry by greetadventures on Mar 05, 2015

      4 comments, 19 photos

      ... part of the local economy. These trees are shipped to China where the trees are either turned into pulp or furniture and often shipped back to NZ. In the US the Monterey Pine is a native to California and would reach its full height in about 40 years. Here in NZ it is in about 25 years. At this point we had to change our plans.Logistics had cut our South Island stay by several days. Two to three days of heavy rain were forecast, especially in the mountains and west coast. ...

      Seals and lobsters

      A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Feb 25, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      Today we sadly leave Nelson, taking the 8.15 bus for Kaikoura via Blenheim. It's a lovely day, sun increasing as we head east. We go through Seddon and Ward both named after NZ prime ministers. Seddon was a charismatic Premier /PM from the 1890's and broke up large land holdings in the area so the less wealthy could get access to farming land. Ward followed in his stead. (http://www.nzhistory.net.nz/media/vide o/seddon-and-ward-premier-towns-roadsid ...

      New Zealand and Team WildCat! Part 1

      A travel blog entry by josaphine.ford on Jan 18, 2015

      12 photos

      ... 3.5 hours and had a picnic on the beach. Then it was time for a hike back along the beautiful Queen Charlotte track, a whole 11.8km! After our active day we rewarded ourselves with a lovely glass of local red! Next we went along to Havelock which was still in Marlborough sound. It is famous for its local mussels but neither Mum or I are big fans of them so we decided to try out the local cider in a harbour side drinking establishment whilst planning the next part of our ...

      Boo Hoo. Our last full day.

      A travel blog entry by davidcanham on Dec 28, 2014

      4 photos

      ... high 30's, but a nice breeze. We found the car park and made our way up to the waterfall. Again the walk was really well managed and very sympathetic to the surroundings. The waterfall was high and fell into a lovely lagoon but unfortunately we didn't see any baby seals. We made our way back down and crossed over the road where there were literally hundreds of seals on the rocks and in the water, a real treat to behold. Unfortunately, as usual ...