Bendamere House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... so close. Smiling is not easily done with a snorkel in your mouth but believe us we were beaming like Cheshire cats!! We took 117 photos and an array of videos and still don't think we captured how incredible this experience was. Come to Kaikoura and see for yourself we promise you will not be disappointed!! After leaving the water, before heading back to land we were treated to the dolphins swimming all around the boat, using the boat to propel them along and showing ...
... the snow is melting in the mountains in spring. The first clue Ben got that there were any animals there were some tracks in the dirt. We later saw some sheep roaming around freely by the bank. Perhaps they had escaped. Our final stop before getting back to camp was next to a field of deer by the road. These large ruminants were staring at us inquisitively whist taking breaks from feeding. Their colour was gorgeous and there were hundreds ...
Don't worry mum, nothing happened. No one got arrested, well on this trip, haha no I'm kidding. So the accommodation we stayed at last night was a converted jail house and I couldn't really work out my feelings towards it. It was kinda creepy because the inside was exactly the same layout and shape the jail would've been but they just painted it. Them rooms as well were a bit odd. Basically all white walls with a bunk bed to the side and a ...
... at all afraid of the kayaks. They played and swam around and under the kayaks checking us out and one followed my kayak for several minutes. We had a great couple of hours - this was one of the best activities I did on this trip.
After the kayaking I went back to the Alpine-Pacific and Courtney and I went fishing. Well, Courtney fished while I watched. When I was looking for a fishing tour for Courtney there ...
... physically a few hundred yards away from the rail line quite a few years ago. It is now in its own grounds with a lovely garden at the back with tables made out of a very substantial wood, cannot remember its name. The train line follows the road or via versa all the way to Picton with only a few places where it has to veer away because of hill, mountains etc... We sat outside and enjoyed the daily tea/coffee stop. Inside the station the previous owner had filled it with all ...