Driftwood Villa Bed & Breakfast
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... Christchurch, which allowed me an hour to stop by a gift store I'd found on my first visit to Christchurch. I had promised I would return to buy something from this shop, and the guy remembered me so as I went to pay, he told me to pick out a free tshirt for myself! What a top fella!! My flight was at 8:35pm bound for Melbourne, Australia. I hadn't been here yet & a few travel friends from along my journey were currently here, so I was excited to check it out. Still, it couldn't mask ...
... walk in and there be a live band playing, I couldn't have been anymore wrong. We walked in on about 7 random guys dressed in hawian shirts jumping around and killing just about every song that came on on the CD player. I think it is safe to say, Kaikoura has no night life! We moved onto another pub, aged some cards and then went back to the ...
... of pool before boarding our return bus to Christchurch and as we drove back with the sun setting over the mountains I felt content that my marine coastal appetite had been more than satisfied with a fantastic day at Kaikoura. In the evening I met some other British medical students and enjoyed a number of craft beers (and tequilas!) in Christchurch's up and coming bars in town and on Victoria street. The night ended of course like many, in an Irish pub called The Bog, and needless ...
... we ended up at a place called Sonic for lunch. Not like the US Sonic just a small place unwittingly named the same. Lisa loved her Ginger beer. Everyone thought the BBQ Bacon burgers were the best ever created on the planet in the entire history of mankind. Guess swimming in freezing water builds up an appetite. Headed out for a short drive to the Ohau Waterfall Walk. Turns out this waterfall and river dump into ...
... to go to the dolphin encounters to confirm our trip for the next day. Took us about 30 minutes to walk there.
Confirmed the booking and were told we had to be there for 5:55am, which was a bit later than we though as there wasn’t much light in the morning, so they’d pushed it back. Goo for us as we’d actually be able to see!