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

      Seals and lobsters

      A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Feb 25, 2015

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... It seems they are good breeding ground for politicians, but they look pretty dry and uninviting! I stayed at Ward as a young hitchhiker; my aunt recommended her friends place, but I was not very excited as a young 19 y o traveller, and as the bus whizzes through I am not feeling much has changed! And take the coast road towards the Kaikoura Mountains and kilometres of seals on the rocks, swimming in the sea. Absolutely gorgeous, even ...

      Driving to Mt Cook

      A travel blog entry by emmalgwilliams on Jan 27, 2015

      9 photos

      ... to try the Kiwi burger! The drive up to the village was very civilised with great quite straight roads. Accommodation this evening was very disappointing with limited cooking facilities and no 'free herbs' so I made my way to the YHA and was able to secure the next two nights here instead. Most pleasing ...

      Wheels, seals and thrills!

      A travel blog entry by lou-and-ian on Jan 05, 2015


      ... Kean Seal Colony where we were lucky enough to see a seal perched on a rock before we walked up to the lookout point.

      Kaikoura means eat crayfish in Maori and that is exactly what we did as we stopped by the famous seafood BBQ and had freshly cooked scallops, mussels and crayfish/lobster!

      Returning to the campsite, we picked our pitch for the night which sits right on the beach with a view of the sea, watching the sun go down and stars come out.

      Nelson and all who sail in her

      A travel blog entry by caretaker on Dec 19, 2014

      24 photos

      ... watching them watching us. As the whole place didn't look over-clean we decided not to try the crayfish and settled down for a disturbed sleep. All night long trucks thundered by on the main road and if a train went by the noise was probably hidden by that of the trucks. I don't suppose there were that many trucks, it just seemed like it after the silent campgrounds we had become used ...

      A Whale of a Time

      A travel blog entry by champa on Dec 16, 2014

      12 photos

      When I thought of NZ, I always wanted to go see the whales in the ocean - who says "Dreams don't come true".

      Despite the perils of sea-sickness, I got there without too many problems - an experience I wouldn't have missed for the world. Nature at it's most wonderful.

      Another worry was the weather but we had an absolutely wonderful clear day.