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Travel Blogs from Kaka Point
... as we were crossing back but we survived. The foreign looking seaweed plants anchored onto the rocks made great grab bars. By the time we got back to the main beach fog was rolling in. We made it up to the car park by 5:20 so we ended up having plenty of time. Too bad we didn’t have didn’t have more time to explore but it was fun.
On our way to Dunedin we stopped at Florence Hill one last time for a picture. The sky was starting ...
... The fact the falls are still listed as a thing to see in NZ shows that sense of humor lives on. The pamphlet said they are one of the smallest falls in the world. We are curious now what differentiates between waterfalls and a river with rocks and a slight drop, because that is what NZ's Niagra Falls are. Luckily we also have a good sense of humor. We laughed at ourselves for making a return trip for that and the other tourists who were similarly tricked. We ...
... Wir haben Leuchttürme, Robben und Seelöwen gesehen. In der Stuart Bucht, an einem kleinen Strand, gab es sogar eine Seelöwen Familie. Auf dem Rückweg unseres Spazierganges saß eine Robbe direkt auf unserem Weg und wir mussten sie ablenken um uns schnell an ihr vorbei zu schleichen.
Wir haben auch an 'Jacks Blowhole (Blasehöhle)' angehalten, die nicht so lustig ist wie es sich anhört. Es ist einfach ein riesiges Loch in der Erde ...
... biggest town before heading south. Arrive at New World (supermarket) to buy supplies for the next few days, we didn't even make it inside to buy the food before we have something to eat. It was for a good cause though so we thought we should help out - there was a BBQ outside the supermarket with everything donated from the shop in aid of some of the employees families who were affected in the Philippines! A sausage, fried onions and ketchup in bread for $2 each was perfect for ...
... are famous for waterfalls. We don't think they're quite as spectacular as what you can find in Fiordland, but they are nice nonetheless. Purakaunui Falls is accessed by a short 5 minute walk from the road. The falls drop in three sections, with the top layer the smallest and the bottom the widest - like a pyramid. It's definitely worth a stop if you're driving by, but not worth it as a single destination.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking