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We collected our "crib" today; the Toyota Estima. It arrived a little battered and bruised but what would you expect for a budget van. It was 1.5 hours before we got the keys due to a large queue and unorganised staff. We set off to Kaikoura which was 2.5 hours from Christchurch picking up some supplies en route.
We booked into Peteka Beach resort before heading onto the town which was sandwhiched between rugged mountains and turquoise sea. We headed down ...
... the ship slowed and we were allowed to move outside the cabin onto the lower deck. However the upper deck was a no go area, Tu was up there so he could get a full view without any obstructions from the customers. We had only been there for five or six minutes and then told to return to our seats, before we could get anywhere near our seats, in fact we were still on he lower deck, and the ship powered up and immediately the tour guide told us not to try ...
... and the last was very hot, but kids were not allowed to be in
that one. There were also slides,
and they were so fun. It was like
a bounce house slide but a lot bugger and they put water on it so you went
extra fast. They were the biggest
bounce house slide I have ever seen.
Our next campsite was amazing.
Trees barricaded us in, so we were hidden. When we went fishing again we found a little stream. ...
... more whales. The sea was still really choppy and the captain was driving really fast so we could squeeze in one more sighting before we had to go back. We seemed to be travelling for a while but we did eventually track down another whale! It was the last one of the day and we the returned back to land. We then made our way back to the hostel to get ready for tea. We met at 7pm and began walking to the town, still on a high from our ...
... Kelp. We navigated fairly successfully solely by compass, almost caught a few massive crayfish, annoyed a few more fish, and finally surfaced to find the moon and the stars brightly lighting up the night sky – wow!
We de-kitted and got packed away on the road next to the beach, in the light of a street lamp and headed off to find a campsite for the night - pretty knackered by this point but pretty amazed at how well the day had turned ...