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... had followed, there were about 500 dolphins about at that point.
Swimmers jumped back in a we got to take loads more photos. There were common dolphins and the dusky dolphins jumping and doing flips. We also managed to get another sighting of the rare Hector’s Dolphins which was really cool, especially as I actually saw them that time!
It was about 9am by this point so it was time to head back, we stood at the front as it was heading back, until it ...
... whale watch office where all the trips were cancelled that day due to windy weather conditions. We booked for 12:45pm the next day on advice from the booking office. We then set off back to town, after the use of their wifi, where Georgia got a scoop of fresh pineapple & coconut ice cream, made on site at Mollies. We left town and headed for the start of the coastal walk, where the seal colony was meant to reside, however there were very few seals there. We ...
... and ginger biscuits to accompany the dolphin photography session. Managed to get a few good shots of them doing tricks etc. Back on dry land I headed back to the hostel for a shower and hair wash to get the dolphin poo out of my hair, discovered that I had a phone full of water and that it did not work anymore (oh the dramas of swimming with Dolphins). Then a little later than expected set off towards Christchurch and my flight to Sydney. Stopped to get an iced coffee ...
... the whole afternoon in bed watching tv while it poured down outside. We didn't mind :)
This morning, as we were driving out of town, we found a lookout on the road, where we could see a huge colony of seals. It's birthing season and many newborns were around, playing in the little ponds between the rocks. It was so cute.
Nous sommes arrives a Kaikoura il y a deux jours et nous nous ...
... 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.