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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... that I was about to spend 2 hours on that doesn’t sound bad I know and for me totally I love the water,ocean,beaches,NOT SAND and above all boats and swimming but…… I was hungry... I know your thinking ”Are you kidding this thing that Calvin LOVES doing is being stopped by him being hungry THATS STUPID” well your TOTALLY RIGHT! My stomach sucks and I mean it SUCKS! I’m always hungry, it makes me get every kind of bug and or sickness EVER. ...
... Lukas. We just chilled there for a while playing games and skimming stones before going for a 2 hour stroll along the seafront. This was really awesome, I find the water so calming and peaceful and I had fun making a fool of myself - I decided to dip my toes in the water except kind of misjudged how high the wave coming towards me was and soaked my jeans up to ...
... out, we went over to see him, was splashing about with some seagulls around. It wasn’t bothered about being surround by kayaks, but did deiced to dive and swim off after a while.
Continued on and came across 2 more seals along the way, they didn’t want to stick around and swam off quite fast. We were then taken over to where all of the seals were saw chilling on rocks. All the kayaks grouped together and the guide was talking. The seals were just ...
We enjoyed the ocean drive to Kaikoura missing out on the one coffee stop thinking there would be another around the corner. Mistake! YHA and same pleasant receptionist as four years previous. Like coming home in many ways! Even better was calling on Gerry who remembered me and could fit us in for deep sea fishing the next day even if the forecast was iffy! With decent wifi we had time to reconnect with folk and generally chill before a fish and chip supper. Early start for us as ...
... organised safety conscious. On the way down we stopped of at the Pharmacy to get some motion sickness tablets; a local brew recommended by the Whale Watcher people. They are expensive ($15 for 4 tablets/2 each) but compared to the cost of the trip, let alone getting to New Zealand, money well spent if it makes the difference to enjoying the trip or not. So to the trip. We set out and the sea was ...