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Na een rit van ongeveer 400 Km zijn we beland in Kaikoura,.
Onderweg een zee van gele bloemen w.s. Brem. zie foto.
Kaikoura is de plaats waar je walvissen kunt zien met garantie.
Kaikoura is een plaats aan de oostkust met de zee aan de ene kant, en bergen met sneeuw aan de andere kant.
De Maori stam is sterk verweven met deze …
... of the water from time to time. Dozens of fins were showing in every direction. As our time was beginning to run out, a few of the dolphins began to fling themselves out of the water, turing backflips before landing heavily back on the surface. This behaviour was probably a hunting technique to frighten fish. The backflips kept on coming and we were sad to have to leave the area and head back to port. As we arrived at the marina, we felt exhilarated and very satisfied. ...
... who had a laugh with us and produced the best chips ever such that we wondered why we hadn't been advised to get our previous nights supper here. We couldn't believe how much fish there was and even sharing it with two lads and two women from Herefordshire in the hostel we had fish for lunch and supper and then I made a curry the following evening in Christchurch! None wasted! We spent the afternoon walking to the point where the seals were reclining in the shade of the ...
... a glimpse of their magnificent tail as they descent down on an average dive of 400 meters for around 35 minutes.
We were so lucky that about 30 minutes into our journey we found a whale, what a beautiful beast. I ran to the top deck and was just in awe of this magnificent creature. Sadly the vast majority of the boat were not having quite so much fun and were hung over the opposite side of the boat regurgitating their breakfasts, nice.
... the island being uninhabited. This was great, since I wanted to be in nature for my last destination. Because it is so remote, New Zealand feels like another planet in terms of fauna and flora. Even in term of human settlements, it was on of the latest places to be settled by humans. As such, there are no land mammals in the island except for bats, which makes it a heaven for silly birds, like the Kiwi. Even the flora is very different. When I arrived ...