Anchor Inn Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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As we pulled into Timaru the van struggled to make it up a slight incline so we pulled up outside an aqua centre and set up the van. Day one we walked around Caroline bay, around the area played some crazy golf, visited the aviary, and walked around town to get to know the area. The 2nd day we did pretty much the same explored more of the area, …
Woke up to a lovely sunny day in Kaikoura. Clear blue skies and no wind, barely a breeze, which is just bliss for us Wellingtonians!
Whale Watch Kaikoura's headquarters is a great set up. They have a great spot on the beach with boardwalk along the edge of the sand. Kids found the beach volleyball court and entertained themselves while …
I woke at 7 am. We had a cup of tea. I walked out to the lake. Majestic. Given the night I had... this was more than welcomed. I wanted nothing more to do with this place, so, by 7:30, we were on the road and taking photos galore. We stopped at Geraldine at a stunning little brewery for breakfast. They had deer. And a Buck with huge antlers! The …
... so as to have the best chance of seeing lots of these brave creatures. On the way back to the campsite, we stopped off at the course of the Hapuku river. An aggressive fantail tried to ward Ben off as he walked down the gravel track towards the boulders. The river bed must be 150 metres across in parts. At the moment it is mostly just a collection of rocks with a few budlia and other young plants growing here and there. It must be an awful ...
... for the rest of their lives, so today we will be looking for one whale, if we spot it early enough in the trip we will then go looking for dolphins! We take off and within 5minutes we spot 2m ale whales travelling together, which is a rare sight, they are huge! We circle around the whales and watch them, they must have only just come to the surface as we circle them for at least 10minutes, Matt asks us if either of us are starting to feel sick and although the answer us ...