The Point Bed and Breakfast
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... on the Kiwi bus were saying they thought I was mad staying there for more than 1 night but it just goes to show if you get out and explore places you never know what you'll find - that's the beauty of travelling and it reminded me how important it is to always look beneath the surface of new places and travel with an open mind. So my journey around the South Island is now coming to an end, and I'm flying back to Auckland on Saturday 6 December to spend my last couple of weeks ...
So, ten weeks in. 70 days. A milestone; both figuratively and literally. On a day to day basis, the actual day of the week or date is extremely elusive. Waking up by alarm is very rare and one of the true joys of what we are doing--we have slowly begun to realize an amazing liberator--no one is waiting for us.
We have actually established a bit of routine about travel lingo. We measure days based on feelings. Our ...
... dive into The Thornbirds!
Dave snuck in another glorious run out to the end of the Peninsula that Kaikoura sits on. The track was a mix of dirt road, paved trail , grassy farmland and singletrack, all with amazing views of the two bays on either side.
This morning Wendy and Ryan have gone out with the owner of the cottages to check the crayfish traps. Crayfish is big around these parts with food ...
... mate frequently and it is not always purely for reproductive purposes. They do not form pair bonds and mating takes place throughout the year, particularly in autumn, summer and spring - well I guess we all put on those extra pounds over winter!
We got back to our hostel, showered and got ready and we went out for some dinner. We went in search of a good seafood place as Kaikoura in Moari means town of shellfish. However we weren't ...
They weren't lying when they said the south is a lot colder, it didn't help either that the heating on our bus didn't work!!! Arrived at our first kiwi stop, kiakoura. It's famous for it's marine life. As we approached it, through windey roads, all you could see wer these massive mountain ranges dusted with snow. We checked into our hostel 'the lazy shag' (hehe) which is decent enough and has the cutest dog. There was ...