The Point Bed and Breakfast
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... the main road onto a dusty track. The track was a couple of Kilometres long wand at the end following a sharp bend to the right we cross a train track which had no barriers or warning lights. Another sharp bent and a turn to the right found us traveling towards what looked like derelict fisherman cottages. David questioned whether the sat nav had taken us to the right place. Pat said it had. So parked up and got out of the car. On closer inspection ...
... etc) and got geared up into heavy winter wetsuits, snorkels and fins. It was only a short boat ride around the coastline to the seal colony, just a few hundred metres off shore. We could hear them (and smell them!) before we saw them, a massive colony of a couple of hundred fur seals, slightly larger than our grey seals back home. We slipped into the water and started swimming towards the rocks. We had been told the seals hunt ...
... 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 ...
... pigeon, several other birds and some dolphins. Not every boat is so lucky.
As we headed back for shore, a light rain started that would only follow us for several miles outside of Kaikoura on our way back to Christchurch. Mark finished work at 1:30, so we decided to stop at two more wineries in Waipara that we had wanted to visit, Greystone/Muddy Waters and Waipara Springs. I would definitely call this day a success.
... Tasmanian Sea to "catch stuff". That's right, the Tasmanian Freaking Sea!!! When I called, Captain Jared answered on the third ring and said. "Hi Ya". Not sure about the weatha, but we'll go an' catch somethin' eh?" "Get somethin' for our tea, right?" So, we went. We went out to the Tasmanian sea and got 12 crayfish, that are actually lobsters without claws. Then we went fishing and caught 8 sea perch which are actually the size of ...