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Fabulous evening eating crayfish in Kaikoura at The Green Dolphin. Whale watch was brilliant and we were lucky enough to see two sperm whales. We did have to go a bit further out to sea than usual to find them and it was quite a bouncy ride. Having been told the sea was flat and glassy it was a bit of a surprise to sea the sea sickness warning. Norma was a ...
... the go ahead to get in the sea and swim with the dolphins :) We had decided to rent a GoPro camera to get videos of the swim, and I am so pleased we did. The dolphins were fantastic. Swimming all around and under us; on a few occasions one or two bumped into me! Several times I caught eye contact with dolphins, swimming around me. They really are beautiful up close. We were encouraged to swim in circles, and make noises ...
... called 'The Meatworks'. As far as we can tell there are no meat works or butchers here, just a strip of wild coastline and a few hardy campers. We park up a few feet from the beach. The waves are relentlessly pounding in to the shore and the winds constantly blow. It hasn't been a cold day, but the sounds of rough waves and wind is enough to bring out goose bumps. We probably don't need it, but maybe we'll dig out the extra duvet ...
... whisked back to Marahau. We both really enjoyed it and thankfully no aches or pains to impede paddling unlike the Greek experience ;) Sadly we packed up and it was time to leave this beautiful part of NZ. It'd been really nice to stop a few days somewhere rather than the usual pressure to feel we must move on. On the recommendation of a guy we met yesterday we followed the Mouteka River and headed south west for 2 hours to Saint Arnaud and ...
... one night. Picton is a lovely little portside town with lots of very expensive looking power yachts. We took another hike to a view point called queen charlottes lookout. On the way back we thought we saw a kiwi until we bumped into some locals who explained that we had probably just seen a type of chicken because kiwis are nocturnal. Oh well. Christchurch gets a thumbs down, Kaikoura gets a thumbs up and so does ...