Lobster Inn Motor Lodge
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... home made chocs, home made ginger biscuits and a lovely note from her! And then she comes in with a little present for us which she tells us we have to open on Christmas Day :) we gave her her present (our money!) and had. A look round the cottage. It is roomy but cosy and everything is so comfortable. The views are amazing - sea on one side and mountains on the other. We have a lovely big decking ...
... North Island in the Fifties. We had planned on stopping in Havelock for lunch as it is famous for its Green Mussels. Finding the restaurant recommended in Lonely Planet wasn't difficult as there is only a couple of streets in Havelock and The Mussel Pot is on the main road. Sarah ordered the mussels in white wine and blue cheese while we opted to share a steak sandwich. Once again ...
For our alternative NZ Christmas we chose to stay in while in Kaikoura. The literal meaning of which is 'Eat Crayfish' - which we wouldn't be doing as they were so bloody expensive!!! Far more than the equivalent lobster for some reason... Besides we'd had some plucked from the sea in doubtful sound so that would have been greedy! We found a great freedom camp site right along the sea-front, and with the mountains of the sea-ward Kaikoura range ...
... en route to the seal colony there's a couple of huts selling ice cream and seafood so I stopped for some fresh, barbecued scallops on the way. So good! For my second day I decided to do something quintessentially Kiwi, bearing in mind the vast population of sheep, so I visited a farm for a sheep shearing show. Actually better than you might imagine! I got to feed a lamb called Sam, met a lovely sheepdog called Jed, and then fed a ram before watching a sheep get sheared. ...
... past. By the time we had finished we had seen loads of spoon bills which are birds that wade through rivers filtering the water with there spoon like bills, there were black swans and there were also shags there was the pied shag the little shag big shag and the black shag. We then came back and started packing for the train the next ...