Bush & Sea Boutique Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... A 4 hour journey across the southern alps, going via Arthur's Pass (for all of you Lord of The Rings geeks)! It has voted in the world's top 10 short train journeys and now I can see why, a mix of rolling countryside and mountains, going across high bridges and mountain side tunnels I didn't know where to look! Everyone knows that I love trains and today was a ruddy brilliant experience! Once back in Christchurch (only for one night), I made my way to Around The World hostel, close ...
... even with snow on top. Strange to see the snow so close to the ocean!
Had a lovely dinner at the Pier Hotel, lobster chowder for Relle and seafood chowder and braised gurnard fish for me.
Well I am about to go out and try to photograph the Milky Way. Up early to try and catch the sunrise over the ocean. Hope to get a few of these along the East Coast during our ...
... the deck, to be greeted by a girl who had chundered all over herself and the side of the boat. Beautiful! Next thing I knew I had my head in a bucket being sick myself, tears streaming down my face (not because I was sad, but because when I'm sick my eyes water!). This along with my ill-fitted wetsuit has to go down as one the most forgettable moments of my life. Especially when the crew lady handed me a new bucket stating 'it's alright ...
... off the side of the road to the valley below. For 2 hours we meandered through this incredible landscape before coming out along the coastal round which weaved itself around the stiff cliffs. Even along this great coastal road one could see seals bathing on the rocks in the early morning sun. We reached Kaikoura at 10 o'clock and had time stroll along the beach and a cup of coffee before checking in for our much anticipated whale watching tour. Having seen hump back whales in ...
After getting dropped off about 2.5 hours up the coast from Dunedin it takes us another 2 rides to get to Christchurch, but neither Joanne or I want to spend much time in the city, so we get into a van with two tradesman, sit on their bags of concrete and get taken to the end of the motorway heading north of the city.
After waiting for 1.5 hours we decide to give in, light is fading, so we cross the road to catch a bus back to Christchurch. Just as we do a ...