Brook House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and went out southwards along the west coast wilderness trail. There were plenty of great photo opportunities and I'm impressed that I covered 24km in total! As this was my final day on the western side of NZ, I thought it only right to take some more sunset photo's, and if you've got me on Facebook, you'll agree that Greymouth gets a gorgeous sunset!! Saturday 7th was essentially all about the reason for choosing my particular travel pass, so I could go on the Tranz Alpine Scenic ...
We had a wee detour today as we saw a sign to Pegasus Bay winery, so naturally we had to turn in. Ended up with a reasonable Merlot Cabernet, evidently with a dram of Malbec and cab franc.
We arrived at Kaikoura quite a bit later than we expected, but it is a sleepy little seaside town on the edge of quite a big sweeping bay with a thin coastal strip and then some quite ...
... We boarded the small boat and head out into the ocean. About fifteen minutes into the ride I realised what they meant about the choppy waters. It was at this time I realised I needed the toilet...so in the worlds smallest bathroom ever made I bounced off all the walls trying to remove my skin tight wetsuit to go for a wee! After an eventful ten minutes I had managed to get back in my wetsuit. I swung open the door, nearly falling out face ...
... orange sky as the sun rose over the east coast. We passed farm land and villages as we made our way up the coast on the only 'highway' which was really a well tarmaced single lane road. Soon we were driving up through the foothills of the Southern Alps which form the spine of the South Island and again had some stunning scenery. I stared out the window amazed by the beauty of the warm winter morning glow lighting up the dusty green rolling hillside with some impressive ...
... ones were so intrigued by us and playful that they come out on to the road and played with us for ages! They would look at us, bounce up and down and when we run away they would chase after us. Then when we stopped they both turned around and run back the other way! Super cute and super fun. We went back to our camper and had a proper slap up meal, a big cray fish each to start and some more blue cod for main with chip shop chips on the side. A great end to a great day at another great ...