Bendamere House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was nearly up in this beautiful country!
Kaikoura is a small town with only three thousand, six hundred residents. The Kaikoura peninsula boasts unforgettable snow clad mountains rising from the sea to tower above the township at heights of over two thousand, six hundred metres.
We arrived in Kaikoura and we had decided to do whale watching and signed up at the bus! We would be most likely to see sperm whales so I was abit disappointed as I wanted to see free ...
... 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 ...
... Bay to be a little more exciting, as there are mixed herds of females, males and babies, with the whales more inquisitive and perform to the people.
Still, we did get to see a couple of the world’s largest mammals.
After a wander down the small main street, it was finding something delicious for dinner – crayfish are a speciality of this town as there are numerous boats and pots out trying for this delicacy, but they ...
... back to our seats but to hold on and not to try and move around the ship. Whilst holding on for grim life David spotted a water spout in the distance. It wasn't long before we slowed down again and the guide began to explain the protocol for approaching the whale. We were now allowed onto the top deck and we made our way there quickly. Once there we were privileged to see a our first sperm whale, the largest toothed whale and the largest toothed predator. ...
... way that you just don't want to go fast here because it would seem so wrong - the views are unmissable and the place just grips you to the extent that you almost feel like it has swallowed you whole and you have become a part of it. The forest surrounding the road is so dense and so green, it looks like you couldn't possibly even walk in it. It makes you wonder what could be in there! Then, when you get a gap in the greenery, you are greeted with ...