Comfort Inn Kaikoura Mediterranean
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... him to the seal in the road and the seal just stopped bang in the middle of the road in front of the car to give him a stare. It was so funny as they definitely rule this part of town. He crossed over the road as there is a little vegetation area in which the pups hang out in. We left the pups to their own mischievous actions and headed to see a few of the adult seals chilling out on the rocks. Some were sleeping whilst others rolled on their backs but you could tell they were ...
... black stony beach. When we had eaten, there was checking in to do, a briefing, a coach to the marina, a kia ora (maori welcome greeting) from the catamaran crew, and then we were off. We were looking for whales! The vessel set off quickly, soon going over the edge of the continental shelf (which is closer to land here than it is anywhere else in the world) to a point above a deep ocean trench. There were plenty of albatrosses sat on the water, occasionally scampering out ...
... blue skies and calm seas. After a safety briefing by our guide we set out on our way. We were advised to hug the shoreline on our way out of the inlet as vessels of all sizes, including ferries and cruise ships, were also navigating the inlet. Needless to say we paddled quickly to cross over to the opposite shore. Once safely across we continued our day enjoying the scenery and fresh sea air. After an hour of delightful paddling the wind began to pickup and shift. We pointed ...
... Maori grass weaving making flowers out of the folded grass; Ian's was a fine specimen of how it should be done while mine insulted their gods!
We went to a Maori house where we greeted other Maori members with their greeting gesture, the hocki (pressing of the noses) and sat to have some lunch and sing our new song.We finished the day with a walk around the rainforest learning how they the plants for medicinal and gastronomique purposes.
We set off early for kaikoura and headed north up SH 6. After travelling for about two hours David began to get tired. Pat suggested the next signpost for the beach. It wasn't long before we saw a sign and followed the directions. After 10 minutes we began to wonder where the beach was. We travelled through a number of valleys and up a number of mountain tracks. We began to think we had come the wrong way. After another 25 minutes we eventually saw the ...