Comfort Inn Kaikoura Mediterranean
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... as well as a whitebait fritter...delicious! Before food, we had grabbed a load of brochures and decided over lunch we would opt for a helicopter ride to see the whales. It was a bit risky as it's not the cheapest option and you don't get a refund if you don't see a whale (unlike the boat option). But, a few locals had said this was the best way to see the whales. So we headed over to the office (Kaikoura Helicopters) and had ...
... technology .... No the captain kills the engine then goes to the side with what looks like a stick and listens for the clicks the whale makes. Depending on what he hears he knows whether the whale is rising or descending or basically if a whale is in the vicinity. One fact which you may not know is that when a whale is hunting he can up the clicks which can actually shatter a sharks bones, pretty scary eh ??? So we found the first whale and watched him for a ...
... whole tap came of in my hand and started spraying water every where. We moved the van and told the cafe who then had to go round to the owners house to tell them because they were not answering the phone. There were loads of rabbits and pheasants walking or hopping round the van so we had some entertainment for ...
... I'm staying at is awesome and there is surfing that I'm having a good time with.
I kayaked with a kayak company here. The seals bark at you if you get too close then lay back down and continue snoozing if you back off.
We saw some dolphins 200 meters in the distance so we all paddled hard to get to them. They would disappear for a while then come back up. A couple of them got curious and swan right under ...
... more before diverting to a group of albatross, then down to some rocks for seals before heading back. A great trip and,whilst I didn't feel cold in the water ( winter weight wetsuit, helmet, gloves and socks) once out I started to shiver. Maggie also felt cold in the 8C daytime temp plus a stiff breeze. Once back we stopped at supermarket to buy a tub of hot chocolate, I think we are going to need it this ...