The Point Bed and Breakfast
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On Monday, I was up early to go kayaking with seals (Kaikoura Kayaks was the company). Courtney has decided that kayaking is not for her so stayed in bed for a sleep in. The weather was perfect, the sea was calm and the kayaking was amazing. I was partnered with another single kayaker who had about the same level of experience as I had and we worked well together. I've mostly sat in the back ...
Starting to feel a bit sad that our holiday in New Zealand is nearly at an end, but I know we will remember everything we have done, have seen and the people we have met for a long long time. We walked over to Mick and Susie-lee for breakfast and as usual we had an amazing feast and great conversation. Mick had told us about another seal colony up the North Coast and where the seals have their babies under a waterfall! As this was going to be a ...
... a walk just along the beach outside the hostel, spot a bird which turns out to be called a 'spotted shag'. Ha! And stop at the pub there for a quick cider. Dear god. I wish I never bothered! I was joined by a 70 year old guy who I think was trying to chat me up and after talking at me for around half hour, telling me his wife had passed away and asking if I was alone around 50 times (Freaked out!) He then proceeded to say, "If ...
... who owns the farm couldn't be nicer. They have three kids including two boys who are teaching mine how to play rugby! Today the boys and I went to a neighbor farm to watch them sheer their sheep. Pretty wild to see it in action! Thomas spent the day fishing with a guide and caught a bunch of New Zealand brown trout...so he is happy too!
Our trip is winding down. Tomorrow we will head to a town ...
... south on Highway 1, along the coast, past Wharanui, Kekerengu, Pariwaka, over the Clarence river . Sea views were breathtaking, turquoise sea, and beaches lined with seals. Thousands of them. We stopped and looked at them at several places, some older fat ones, and some baby pups, some lying on rocks, even on grass in the lay by! But best of all, at Ohau we saw a young pup, making its way up a freshwater stream, to a pool, with a waterfall in it. We had actually seen this ...