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... of old clapperboard buildings and newer bungalows. It had some local buildings moved to the town centre as a museum and a war memorial up on a hill with great views of the area. Our destination tonight was Kaikoura,a seaside town that apart from a beautiful location is also the spot for whale watching trips. We hope for decent weather ...
... our departure time to say it was not going ahead as the whales were out of the twenty kilometre radius in which they were allowed to go. We were devastated however, you would think it would be me throwing the strop but it was the opposite. I couldn't help but laugh at Colm's reaction. It was just hilarious to watch as he threw a strop and sulked for a few minutes. I completely understand his frustration but I had tears in my eyes from laughing too much! We needed to have luck back ...
... into town we walked back alongside the beach and Moira spotted a pod of Hectors Dolphin just off the beach. They were moving quite fast and leaping from the water. Where was my telephoto lens? In the campervan. Can't win them all. We also saw a number of Albatross, not the large Wandering Albatross but a much smaller one.
We are now back at the campsite, sitting outside the van drinking gin and tonic. A pleasant end to a perfect day.
Still in Kaikoura enjoying the sounds of the sea breaking just outside the sliding door. nice day today. I took a long hike up on the bluffs across the peninsula of Kaikoura with wonderful sea views. We also visited a seal colony which was where the trail ended (Jerry dropped me off at the other end and went back to the hotel to rest but met me at the end of the trail). Beautiful views and also got some neat photos of the seals lolling around in the parking lot which I ...
Day 174 Above us this morning, the sky was a patchy mixture of deep blue and whispy white. Around us, the tops of the hills were visible over a drifting steamy mist that was shrouding the pine trees on their slopes. We headed into Blenheim early for a shower at the leisure centre before spending a couple of hours at the library. Ben was helped out by a friendly Kiwi neighbour when logging on to the computers. Before leaving Blenheim, ...