South Sea Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids pool
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Travel Blogs from Stewart Island
... that went on and he now has the wind whistling around his ears once more. Museum was interesting with a Turatoa (lizardy things) breeding program so not all fusty old stuff. Also had the bike, The Indian, from Bert Monro that did the land speed record here that is still standing from 1937 (wild guess at remembering date). Only know anything about it cause we saw the movie years ago, no idea why I would ...
... ungainly wobble. Getting a photo of the kiwi was more or less impossible, but thankfully Tim did a pretty good job. I just have a selection of blurred dark pictures which in my mid were going to be prize winning picture postcard shots, they were not and have now been deleted. Sadly this was to be our only kiwi of the night, but who cares, we only needed to see one and this huge female specimen was just perfect.
The journey home was pretty scary, we ...
... terminal to be greeted by waves washing over the jetty! The ferry man said he would not be going out again anywhere today. So defeated by doing any sight seeing today we headed to the French Cafe and shared an Apple and Cinnamon crepe and I enjoyed a cup of hot ginger and lemon (apparently good for calming the stomach after a rough crossing!) This was followed by a wander to ...
... in the cage at once, me and Chris both dived twice. It was cold, so you could only really stay down for 20-30 minutes at a time. As well as sharks we also saw penguins and more seals. There was also a huge bird (can't remember what it was called) that hung around the boat for most of the day. The sharks would literally play with it, not sure why it didn't fly off as on yesterday's dive they saw a shark eat one of them and then spit it out. We were out ...
... some Jameson's on glacier ice I broke off, and took a tour through Milford sound which has the highest sea cliff (?) around ,apparently 6000 feet up from where we were on the boat. Right now were in a place closer to the Antarctic than any other. Went cage diving today and saw some Great White sharks. On monday were scheduled for a 140 meter bungee jump for Rachelle's birthday.
As you can tell, NZ sucks, why do people come ...