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... br> camper to drive and tour round anywhere with.
Drive on the left! Research what method
of transport and living is right for you and plan ahead if driving;
there is a lot of road and much of it, particularly on the south, is
the bendiest ever, with many thinking they can drive more than they
can/should. We were glad there was two of us to split it up. Also,
only do the ferry ride once, arrive in Auckland and fly out of
... treating us to the classic tail shot as it dived.
The thing about whales is that they have to come back up again for air so, as long as you can track it, in 50min the thing will pop back up again. That is what happened and we all gawped and gaped in wonder again. There was a bit of a swell on the go and half of the passengers made good use of the sick bags provided. But along with chundering Chinese tourists there were also a couple of varieties of Albatross to watch. ...
... lorry that comes gets priority. We were therefore placed on the reserves list, where Pete was for most of his first team career, and waited patiently in the terminal. Due to the free wifi available, we were able to phone home and check finances. We even went for a cheeky $5 dominos whilst we waited. At around quart to 8, we were informed that there was space on the ferry and drove on. During the 3 hour ferry, the diary was the main port of call. And it took up all three hours. ...
... After a mix up with the booking we were not able to go on the walk we wanted so didn’t get to visit the seal colony but enjoyed the walk we did anyway as we got to drive past some seals on our way there. We got picked up by an AquaTaxi at 10:30 and drove past the seals. We then got dropped off at a bay and walked for about 3 hours to the bay we were getting picked up from. As we got there early, we spent 2 hours lying on the beach and yet again, being ...
... and smoked mussels and a good scotch in the dunes. Travel advice came for free with the hospitality and slowly my plan for the next days started to form. The bliss of not preparing and just going with the flow! :) The next day we headed down to the beautiful town of Akaroa and watched the bay from the harbor where some of the first settlers arrived with the boat of Mr Cook. And now, years later also one or two cruise ships a day from all over the world. An interesting lot, those ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking