Waters Edge Bed And Breakfast

Address: 27 Avoca Street, Kaikoura, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
 
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      Travel Blogs from Kaikoura

      Swam with dolphins and saw whales

      A travel blog entry by akroundtheworld on Dec 14, 2014

      33 photos

      ... peninsula, then time for whale watching. Another boat, I already had an anti seasick patch on, clearly not quite effective enough, so added in some domperidone, which worked well. This boat was a catamaran , motorised, and could do 35 knots, whales can swim fast. We were looking for sperm whales, within 10 minutes we saw 2, just lying on the surface, breathing and blowing their waterspouts, then after a few minutes they both dived, so ...

      Seals dolphins and surfing

      A travel blog entry by skylarker on Nov 20, 2014

      31 photos

      ... No pictures because they are too fast.

      I went to the Ohau stream pool which is a short walk from the ocean where approximately 5 baby seals were playing in the pool. There can be a lot more in winter. They are protected there and just play up there in the pool and go back down to get milk from their mothers down at the beach. The pictures don't do them justice you need to see them move and dart around.

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      Coastal adventure

      A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Oct 25, 2014

      64 photos

      ... to a large cliff and we could see straight out into the Pacific Ocean. It was unreal and incredible. Finally back down at sea level, we pulled over to take photos, listen to the tide crackle underneath the rocky beach and watch a surfer catch the waves. We were mesmerized for about ten minutes. We pressed on, wanting to reach Blenheim before dark, but found each turn more beautiful than the next so we stopped almost every 3-4 minutes! Driving into Oahu, there is a fur seal colony ...

      Across to the south island.

      A travel blog entry by dante98765 on Oct 22, 2014

      8 photos

      ... sorted and involved lots of people contradicting each other. But eventually we left in a coach with an irritating American to our left and a sour duck faced girl in front who kept making horse noises to express her distain whilst anti-bac wiping every bit of the coach she needed to touch. The road actually followed the railway for most of the way so the scenery was the same although photos were harder out of bus windows. As we approached Kaikoura snow ...

      Not having a whale of a time!

      A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 08, 2014

      4 comments, 32 photos

      My prayers were answered the sea in the Cooks Strait was calm and the ferry journey was smooth. The strait is named, if you haven't already guessed after our friend Captain Cook who was the first European Commander to sail through it in 1770. It connects the Tasman Sea with the South Pacific Ocean. Not much of it is in open seas (lucky for me), most is through inlets leading into Picton on the South Island and out through Wellington Harbour leaving the North Island. ...