Brook House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... last one was the most impressive, as there was a group of over 1000 dolphins swimming around us. I was so excited I didn't even feel the cold anymore ! After that, we went back on the boat, and observed hundreds of dolphins surrounding us. The put on a show for us and started doing acrobatics around the boats. They were really playful and were jumping everywhere. I think I'm already in Love with this Island. The landscapes are spectacular and the activities are ...
... was named the ' Wong Way, and now we were of to whaleway station which is both the railway station and the place you book into for the whale watching ( the building is actually next to the railway, a single track railway that travels between Picton and christchurch and it must be up there as one of the most picturesque journeys in The world ) and booked in. Short journey by coach to the south shore of the Kaikoura peninsula and onto the catamaran. We had to ...
... arrived at a small property that fronted onto the beach and in the yard were a number of old railway carriages. The owner, Nick, meet Pat and when David walked up to meet them he promptly took them around the back of one of the carriages where he showed the out door bath! He then showed them inside the railway carriage, it was fantastic. Just about wide enough to house a double bed, it also included, tv, DVD, music system, small kitchen area and a ...
We rented bikes then cycled along the harbour then had ice creams at the next village before coming back . By the side of the lake there were some spectacular yellow lupins and som areas there were carpets of them all different colours.we then moved on to the next ...
... kilometres to the little town of Kaikoura. We rolled into town and found ourselves a backpackers place to stay because we have an early start for a morning's whale watching tomorrow and couldn't be bothered with the tent! The place was really cool and it had a very cosy feel to it, with log fires and a hot tub and comfy seats and such - we both agreed it was a bargain! We got our stuff into our room and then got straight into our swimming stuff to ...