Waters Edge Bed And Breakfast

Address: 27 Avoca Street, Kaikoura, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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      The East Coast - Canterbury region

      A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau on Nov 22, 2014

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... watching boat tour and stayed out of town in Hinterland in a DOC campsite. We met some friendly Aussie/Germans travelling with their daughters, 12 & 9, and spent a morning chatting with them. On our way up north we stopped off at several Fur Seal lookouts and had the most amazing experience at a Waterfall, which Michael found on our NZ Camping App (it includes top activities), watching the young seals playing together in a Waterfall while ...

      Day 39

      A travel blog entry by sarahgathergood on Nov 10, 2014


      ... back to the hostel and made ourselves some lunch. Kim and the other Stray bus passengers then had to leave to catch a bus back to Christchurch as they are all flying out tomorrow. So Martha and I wrote our postcards and caught up on our blogs sitting in the garden. Then I walked back down to town to post my cards and splash out on some chicken for dinner. As a backpacker, meat is a rare luxury item! Tomorrow we leave for Wellington, so I will be saying goodbye to the South ...

      Across to the south island.

      A travel blog entry by dante98765 on Oct 22, 2014

      8 photos

      ... just beyond that. The pub was indeed 25 minutes away and after a quick beer we set off for the colony. It was in fact quite a bit further but on the way we saw a seal asleep on the quayside. OMG!!! It's a seal just lying there!! It was amazing. We walked for another 30 minutes and eventually arrived at the next headland where there were more seals. They were basking in the rocks with gulls teasing them. At one point a bloke lost control of his dog and it ran ...


      A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jul 08, 2014

      3 photos

      ... over the place very quickly but we had to hold on! Once the briefing was over and we were out of the harbour the captain opened the throttle and we zoomed off out to sea. In terms of our chances of seeing any whales, they reckoned on a 98% success rate and on this particular day average sightings were one to two whales. We hadn't been going that long when the first was spotted. We corrected course to bring us within viewing distance and then all headed ...

      Seals everywhere

      A travel blog entry by jojo-a-lenka on Jun 15, 2014

      86 photos

      ... all present opportunities to take great photos. the tide was at it's lowest what uncovered large areas of rocks that were yesterday under the water and this gave chance to lot of birds to feed. we spent lot of time here before we went up the hill to the lookout even if the way was closed.

      there was a sign not to walk past the entry point but it looked like it was there from the previous rainy days when it ...