Brook House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... seals causing a few to swim away. It was sheer stupidity but you get muppets everywhere. We thought about hitching a lift back but no one was stopping so we walked back past our hotel and into town to Tiki's the recent winner of Best Chip Shop on South Island. Hazel had an elephant fish and I had curry rolls. We stopped on the way back to grab an ice cream and walked back to the hotel. In all we had walked about 11km. We slept rather well and tomorrow we go whale ...
... Surrounded on three sides by the sea, the fourth having the road, railway and mountains. Most of the point is rocky, we park up on fairly level ground by the rocks.
We soon discover that we have company, and not sandflies for once, but seals. Within a matter of feet of the camper seals laze on the rocks, passing away time until dusk when it's time for them to venture out to sea to hunt. We can see their ...
... attention was to sing tunes through the snorkel, which they also like (at least that is what we were told). We were in the water a total of about 40 minutes before we were called back to the boat and changed out of our wet things. Whilst the others got biscuits and hot chocolate, I and a couple of others got sea sick instead, but I felt better after a hot shower. We left Kaikoura, heading west again and our first stop will be ...
... decent hotel was in the forefront of our minds. We both chose the Anchor Inn motor lodge. First thing I asked was to view the room. It was lovely. And the view was just as spectacular. The second question was a place to buy provisions. I cooked a spaghetti bolognese. It was edible. And satisfying. I also enjoyed a glass of red. The waves that rolled in at the bay across the street lulled me to sleep. It was the best sleep since the night before was such a ...
... then drove up to Kaikoura. On arriving at Kaikoura we spotted seals playing in the water near the shore, before heading to the Dolphin Encounter tour office to book on a swim with dolphins. All booked on, all paid up, all kitted up with wet suits and snorkels galore and we were ready. We boarded the boat then set off in search of dolphins. Within fifteen minutes our boat was surrounded with hundreds of dolphins, ...