Kotuku Bed and Breakfast

26 Kotuku Road , Kaikoura, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Kaikoura

Whales and Dolphins / Wale und Delfine

A travel blog entry by hiwtvi


... attention was to sing tunes through the snorkel, which they also like (at least that is what we were told). We were in the water a total of about 40 minutes before we were called back to the boat and changed out of our wet things. Whilst the others got biscuits and hot chocolate, I and a couple of others got sea sick instead, but I felt better after a hot shower. We left Kaikoura, heading west again and our first stop will be ...

Day 4

A travel blog entry by ozbuckleys


... decent hotel was in the forefront of our minds. We both chose the Anchor Inn motor lodge. First thing I asked was to view the room. It was lovely. And the view was just as spectacular. The second question was a place to buy provisions. I cooked a spaghetti bolognese. It was edible. And satisfying. I also enjoyed a glass of red. The waves that rolled in at the bay across the street lulled me to sleep. It was the best sleep since the night before was such a ...

Marlborough, Kaikoura, Hanmer Springs

A travel blog entry by lilianbrett


... a cove where the tide was washing in and out like a wave machine. Once we had arrived in Kaikoura we took the 4hour peninsular walk. At the start of the walk we spotted 3 seals playing in a pond just behind the beach. They were literally putting on a show doing a synchronised routine, they knew everyone was watching because they would come up close and make sure we were paying attention. Along the rest of the walk we spotted more seals, loads of birds (confirmed with Amy that ...


A travel blog entry by shoestringkiwis


Well, it's been quite week with Cyclone Ita keeping us company for a few days.

We left Nelson and decided to explore the Sounds despite the rain. The last time we were in this area was for my 50th birthday a few years ago when we walked the Queen Charlotte Track with all three kids. That time the sun shone every day and the scenery was spectacular. This time was very different - still beautiful in an eerie, gloomy way ...

Making some underwater friends

A travel blog entry by evi21


... cold on the boat and had already taken a blanket to cover myself up in. I was really not looking forward to getting into the water! It didn't take us long to spot the first dorsal fin in the water. But we weren't looking for a single dolphin of course. We passed a couple of seals and then there they were: swimming in front of our boat! Our guide told us to get back inside and get ready: put on our flippers, mask and snorkel and move to the back of the boat, ready to ...


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