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Travel Blogs from Kaikoura
Make your way to the airport this morning where the car hire depots are still located for the city.
Head north from Christchurch to Kaikoura.
There is a seal colony here about 25 minutes north of the town close to Nins Bin, that is well worth a visit and from here a short walk up to a nearby lookout point affords glorious views over the bay and nearby mountains
This morning you join the Whale Watch trip, departing from the Whale Way Station in Kaikoura. This will take up most of the morning and have the afternoon at leisure in this delightful ocean-front town.
We didn’t ache anywhere near as much this morning as we’d expected - obviously Radox muscle soak was just what we needed (although in combination with a spa bath it produced some wonderful foam!)
We had a very short drive today to Kaikoura - about 200km - so we decided to make a slight detour and drive west …
... were experts! During our trip we had several encounters with fur seals, spotting them high up on the rocks, some awake, some asleep. Some jumped in the water to join us, twirling and splashing around like children. After a few hours of enjoying time on the water with the seals we returned to land. We then had an enjoyable afternoon, walking high up on the cliffs to stretch our legs for a few hours, before returning to the motel to pack for tommorow's ...
... she need to go and I felt like telling her she could catch a lift.............on the public bus. Once we were in the car we decided to pick up a hitch hiker only if Amy found them attractive or it was a young (non obnoxious) girl on her own. Our drive along the coastal road through the sounds was amazing and so beautiful, well worth the extra time and we arrived in the Marlborough wine region in the early afternoon. Anyone that knows me well will know I love wine, and those ...