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... fellow hirer was an Aussie called Brian and his wife Helen who had rented before and as Sam said (Knew everything but actually knew nothing". He was certainly a character!! Eventually we were shown how the camper worked, a whistle stop tour, - we hoped to remember the salient point. Our van needed a fill up with water and so whilst this was being sorted I went to take the car back to Apex, a simple process, then someone from ...
... cream and fruit). We also visited the Fyffe House which was the oldest Anglo home in the area from the whaling times in the 1850s as well as the Kaikoura aquarium which was very low budget (one of the highlights was the room with black lights with day glo sea life painted on the walls meant to simulate under sea phosphorescence)
We leave tomorrow for Chritchurch to catch a 4 pm flight to Auckland and then a connecting flight to Los Angeles. More to come...
Day 175 We had little idea of the time at any point this morning. The sun rose behind a layer of mist and cloud so the first of its light we saw was refected off the mighty wrinkled mountains a few kilometres behind the campsite. The (only) campsite toilet was broken this morning: locked shut from the inside. This resulted in several campers making early and rapid exits towards the public loos in town. After breakfast, we headed into town ourselves, across the road bridge ...
... blue skies and calm seas. After a safety briefing by our guide we set out on our way. We were advised to hug the shoreline on our way out of the inlet as vessels of all sizes, including ferries and cruise ships, were also navigating the inlet. Needless to say we paddled quickly to cross over to the opposite shore. Once safely across we continued our day enjoying the scenery and fresh sea air. After an hour of delightful paddling the wind began to pickup and shift. We pointed ...
... we still had some time (the boat aims to give a trip of about 2 hrs 20 mins) we went to another part of the bay where there many dusky dolphins. These then entertained us for about 10-15 mins jumping, leaping, rolling etc in the sea. Such a joy to see them. Finally when we got back on dry land fish ( blue cod) and chips.... with Maori Mushy Peas, which wte at the benches outside the take-away. What a ...