Lobster Inn Motor Lodge
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... to go for a swim with wild dolphins. This was one of the best activities I've ever done. The water was freezing cold though! The wild dolphins were very curious towards humans, and they genuinely came, checked us and swam with us. In order to attract them, we had to make us much noise as possible. Personally, I was singing pop songs in my tuba! I guess it worked since I swam and played with a few dolphins. We swam at 3 different locations with the ...
... in Wales with the rain dancing on the tin roof, our NZ water feature Tomorrow we are leaving South Island behind us and getting the inter islander ferry from Picton on South Island to Wellington North Island. We are chasing the sun so looking forward to the difference in North Island , though I don't think it has the awesome magnificent majestic scenery of South Island we are looking forward to experiencing its volcanic awesomeness ...
... for the rest of their lives, so today we will be looking for one whale, if we spot it early enough in the trip we will then go looking for dolphins! We take off and within 5minutes we spot 2m ale whales travelling together, which is a rare sight, they are huge! We circle around the whales and watch them, they must have only just come to the surface as we circle them for at least 10minutes, Matt asks us if either of us are starting to feel sick and although the answer us ...
... the main road onto a dusty track. The track was a couple of Kilometres long wand at the end following a sharp bend to the right we cross a train track which had no barriers or warning lights. Another sharp bent and a turn to the right found us traveling towards what looked like derelict fisherman cottages. David questioned whether the sat nav had taken us to the right place. Pat said it had. So parked up and got out of the car. On closer inspection ...
... at tip of peninsula, at sea level, saw more seals, and went for walk amongst rock pools and seals, very pretty. Found a campsite south of Kaikoura, more basic but better views, we have massive hills behind us and are overlooking the sea. Big beach, black sand, and lots of driftwood, and we are only ones on beach, so lit a driftwood fire, lovely. Then came back for rib eye steaks in ...