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... close to the slumbering pair. The bay we were walking around was a pretty one, with oystercatchers in a big group on the beach. However, the scene might have been very different a few decades ago. This part of Kaikoura was important to the whaling industry. The larger bones had no sale value so were often used as fence posts. A huge rib is still fixed in the ground by the entrance to a farm. At the carpark at the very end of the peninsula, a fidgety seal was lying just ...
... water drinking our strawberry fizz....not quite champagne but very acceptable. Stunning mountainous drive this afternoon in full sunshine with the peaceful scene only disturbed by the usual raucous laughter in our car as we listened to more stories of "Janet & John" read by Terry Wogan. Now in Kaikora for the night where although a little cooler, the sun is shining and the sky and ocean a perfect blue. Tomorrow we look for whales and dolphins so let's hope we get lucky ...
We awoke this morning to grey skies and rain; the site seemed dank and dreary, but the decision to visit some wineries did lightened the mood a little. After a continental breakfast of croissants and some superb jam we hastened off in search of a good bottle of wine! Our first 'view point' stop was of Awatere River Bridge, a crossing into the past. Information on the ...
As if they never left the seals are still there when we open the curtains in the morning. On exactly the same rocks!
A short drive south of Paparoa Point is Oahu. We stop here to wander up the famous stream. At the end of a stream is a waterfall, but this isn't the main attraction, however nice it may be. The pool at the bottom of the waterfall is home to seal pups. They come here in the winter and gradually leave during ...
... his film company have staged several of the planes on sets, giving a bit more context rather than just looking at the planes. We pass a few hours here before heading into Blenheim town centre. The main purpose being to find a bank, which we successfully do, and as nothing else stands out about Blenheim we move on.
Heading South East we join back up with the mountains and the Pacific ocean. The cloud is ...