Lobster Inn Motor Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Kaikoura
... a breakfast rest. The drive north from Christchurch has to be the most incredible scenic drive I have ever seen, traversing inbetween gorgeous snow-capped mountainous scenery to west, and hugging the rugged blue coastline to the east. Once in Kaikoura and checked in at a hostel together, we set off for a brief hike to a seal colony on the rocky peninsula, where from ...
... signature backflips. As if dolphins weren't enough we also caught sight of the majestic and huge Wandering Albatross and in the distance a whale of sorts. Kaikoura is a tiny place and after 8pm you struggle to find another living soul but we really took a liking to it. We are staying at Albatross Backpackers, just behind the Dolphin Encounter Offices and a maybe 15 minute walk into the town centre. The converted house is very chilled out and quiet, with a great kitchen ...
... My body refused to breathe. Strange experience. But we adjusted and swam out and found what we came looking for. They are quite elusive but a few would get close enough to photo. There were other fish and amazing kelp in the water so was fun regardless. We got a significant refund cause it apparently was not the encounter they were used to having. Honestly it was amazing regardless. After an exhausting swim and ...
... 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 ...
... draws at the end of the bed. Exactly how it would've been too. Strange one. Spent the morning driving before hitting our stop for the next 24 hours or so. Kaikoura. Simon showed us around town and then it was on to the afternoons activity. We first had lunch at the 2nd best fish and chip shop in NZ and although I didn't actually have fish it was still good. I ordered a hot dog as I was really in the mood for one but when it came out it was ...