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TravelPod Member ReviewsWillowbank Motel Kaikoura
This motel is showing its age and looks very tired, but it still is reasonable with it cleanliness and comfort. The WiFi is offered but does not reach all its rooms.
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... of the water from time to time. Dozens of fins were showing in every direction. As our time was beginning to run out, a few of the dolphins began to fling themselves out of the water, turing backflips before landing heavily back on the surface. This behaviour was probably a hunting technique to frighten fish. The backflips kept on coming and we were sad to have to leave the area and head back to port. As we arrived at the marina, we felt exhilarated and very satisfied. ...
... with each approaching wave all the way back into port. One of our noteworthy hikes from Picton took us along the headlands and provided beautiful views of the Marlborough Sound and inlets we had kayaked the previous day, note the calm waters. It is time to continue our journey South to Kaikoura. Kaikoura was a former Maori settlement which later became a whaling station for European settlers. This is an area where the mountain descends to the sea and continues under the ...
... in the caravan in Wales with the rain dancing on the tin roof, our NZ water feature
Tomorrow we are leaving South Island behind us and getting the inter islander ferry from Picton on South Island to Wellington North Island.
We are chasing the sun so looking forward to the difference in North Island , though I don't think it has the awesome magnificent majestic scenery of South Island we are looking forward to experiencing its volcanic awesomeness ...
... re smiling merrily, we were FREEZING cold and very wary of these very large and angry looking seals casually photobombing us!
Earlier in the day on a gander to the visitor information centre, we had been told about a place up the road where we could see lots and lots of seals near a stream. Well buggered if we could find it! We drove for miles out of Kaikoura and eventually stumbled across Ohau Stream. Judging from the number of cars, we ...