Lobster Inn Motor Lodge
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... or as Colm said orca whales since that is there proper name, but sperm whales were still pretty cool to see and Colm was excited. Luck was not our side once again even though the weather was. It was a sun shining day so we thought yes it is going to go ahead, since we would just be watching the whales. We thought we had luck on our side, well especially since the bird pooping incident in Christchurch, however, unfortunately this was not the case. The captain called through ten ...
... of BROWN. We went via Blenheim and the road from Blenheim to Kaikoura follows the coastline and is fairly straight, certainly compared with the roads we have encountered so far. Stunning views all the way. Stopped for lunch at a beach near Kekerengu, where we saw Fur seals (an endangered species) and a Kiwi train (not endangered by very rare). We had NZ green ...
... in the enclosure. Across the way, a few rabbits were grazing in the evening sun. By the beach, we parked Fenton up in the spot we chose on our first night, near the semi-resident Canadian in the grey camper. We were soon joined by a pair of German girls who have been sleeping in the back of their estate whilst travelling around. Whilst cooking, we solved the Meatworks mystery. Our Canadian chum is a keen surfer and told us that the campsite ...
... like the proverbial in tourist zones – maybe in Dunedin.
We are off for a night in Timaru, south of Christchurch, then off to Dunedin for a few nights.
We have had some remarkable weather on tour so far and have seen that back home, you are enjoying a bit of liquid sunshine. Send some over here for the Kiwi farmers, but not until the end of the month please.
We hope all is well with you.
Graeme & ...
... was called fingers because part of the flukes resembled fingers. It was an incredible site, I don't know why but it was very emotional. The whale stayed on the surface for about six minutes and then just before it submerged the guide told everybody together ready for a photo of the flukes, and within seconds the whale was gone. We were told it would not surface again for about forty five minutes. The ship then set off in search of other whales. We spent ...