Heartland World Heritage Hotel
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... start on a Sunday. We had suggested muesli, fruit, toast etc (simple), but John had hot porridge (Dave) and suggested we try the French toast with caramelised banana. Tina is making this when we get home, it's really nice! On the road it's cold - about 7 degrees and the legs are not really awake. Despite this, we are making good time and 15 km down the road we come to a salmon farm/cafe. We decide a coffee is in order. This is ...
... br> We arrived at the Pancake rocks by around 7.45, just in time for sunset. After being initially skeptical at the mediocrity of the first couple lookouts we were soon treated to some spectacular views and appreciated the popularity of this place. The blowholes here were amazing. Huge ocean swell bashing across a rugged coast and sending all sorts of admirable splashes about. The pancake rocks themselves also sported some impressive formations. After completing the 45 ...
... drive in the dark over here as cats eyes are rare and street lightning well it's near enough non existent! So we got to Bleinham another small place with not much to do apart from see the sites and walk. Anyways we got told to stop at a waterfall jut outside of Kaikoura and wow it was amazing there were 8 tiny little seal pups swimming by the waterfall. They go and play by themselves everyday while their mums sleep on the beach ...
... so we scratched that off the list. We got 2- 100 Mb Zenbu internet vouchers and the darn Windows Updates (which was updated before we left) took up the first one! Time to turn off automatic updates.
We looked at menus in the room and picked Arthur’s Chalet because they served lamb. As they were seating us they said “we’re out of lamb tonight.” Seriously??? In NZ? We weren’t impressed with the service or the food but our bellies were full. ...
The only way to walk Motukiekie Beach is 1.5 to 2 hours before low tide. At any other time, the ocean waves are bashing against the cliffs. Tonight we ...