Moeraki Village Holiday Park
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Wednesday 9thThe Moeraki Boulders are another geological wonder and the info tells us these spherical boulders were formed around a central core of limestone crystals, a process started 60 million years ago! I like the Maori version, their name for the boulders is 'food baskets'' which were washed ashore from the wreck of a canoe whose occupants …
... bearable (they weren't!) After our refreshing wash with the sunny snow capped mountains in the background we visited the Seal pups to put a smile back on our faces. Home for Wednesday was a seafront campsite at Omihi Bay fortunately a much better turn in the weather allowed for a lovely evening stroll on the beach. Following the decision to attend the Kaikoura SeaFest after hearing the buzz around town on Saturday we decided to ...
... some great views along the road which tracks along the edge of Lake Pukaki.
The Sir Edmund Hilary Alpine Centre is one of the few attractions of the village but at $20 a head and with little to entertain Chloe we decided we would give it a miss. Instead we walked down to the (free) visitor centre to find a little more out about some local walks, ultimately deciding that despite the weather we would stay at the only campsite in the area to see if ...
... wool store is still operational but most of the other buildings are being used by craftsmen and women, creating and selling a variety of wares. There are also some second hand/antique style stores, coffee shops, and a boutique brewery at the Old Railway Goods Shed.
Lastly, getting late in the afternoon, to the Oamaru Botanic Gardens for a short stroll. Tomorrow we are leaving here and heading north ...
... last thing we planned on doing in Dunedin was to visit Port Chalmers. When we arrived, we saw a massive cruise ship down at the port, but we did not see any people. Almost everything was closed in this part of town and there was nothing going on. After just a quick walk up and down the main street, we decided to leave and head to our next destination, Oamaru.
In continuation of our wildlife experience last night, we had decided to visit Oamaru to see the little ...