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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Kean Seal Colony where we were lucky enough to see a seal perched on a rock before we walked up to the lookout point.
Kaikoura means eat crayfish in Maori and that is exactly what we did as we stopped by the famous seafood BBQ and had freshly cooked scallops, mussels and crayfish/lobster!
Returning to the campsite, we picked our pitch for the night which sits right on the beach with a view of the sea, watching the sun go down and stars come out.
... back to our seats but to hold on and not to try and move around the ship. Whilst holding on for grim life David spotted a water spout in the distance. It wasn't long before we slowed down again and the guide began to explain the protocol for approaching the whale. We were now allowed onto the top deck and we made our way there quickly. Once there we were privileged to see a our first sperm whale, the largest toothed whale and the largest toothed predator. ...
... a tiny little fish and I could
fit my fingers around it. On our
way to our next site we went to puzzle world. It was so cool it had a room called “the elution room.” Then we went to Wanaka lake and did jet
boating. The boat had the best
agility. The boat ride was so
fun. The next site was cool. We stayed at a place where we could
take showers. For every dollar you
could take a ...
Nia's birthday today so we were up at 4.30am in order to join the 5.15am start for the dolphin encounter - swimming with dolphins. We were kitted out with very thick wet suits & watched the briefing film then it was off to the boats. In total we had 45mins swimming with the dusky dolphins. We had to sing to get their attention and try to swim around them when they came close. We had up to six checking us out at once. It was a ...
We didn't spend much time in Christchurch, as we fly back to Sydney from there and will be returning in a week to 10 days. We wanted to complete our loop of the South Island and revisit the Marlborough region and Queen Charlotte Sound where we arrived on the ferry. We stopped the night at Amberley Beach just an hour north of ChCh, and found their Saturday Farmers Market - CHRISTMAS (actually December birthdays!) SHOPPING began, with Winnie sold there ...