Anchor Inn Motel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAnchor Inn Motel Kaikoura
Delightful and gorgeous place to stay. The views sublime with snow capped mountains and sparkling bay glistening in the sunshine. Bed and showers extra good.
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Leaving Christchurch on a cloudy morning we headed north on Hwy 1. The railway is alongside the road for most of the way here and as we had seen it on the train trip down, we headed inland on Hwy 7 and then turned north east on Hwy 70. Passing through 'Rotherham', the road followed a wide valley with cows and sheep grazing and the mountains away to …
So to catch up from yesterday - must be old I cant quite remember the start of it all. Oh yes we were at Blenheim and only had 110 kms to drive and wanted to be at Nims Bin - the crayfish shack for lunch time so we did a lot of side tours and so forth thru beautiful stunning countryside. I wasn't in the best of moods cause had a bad night with …
My beautiful girls and their husbands flew into NZ and surprised me for my 60th birthday. I am so blessed with such lovely gorgeous children, Josh was here in thought via satellite with love also. What a truly happy day I love them to bits and they have been planning since March apparently and Wally has kept a secret also. Fabulous lunch at Nins …
... in. We managed to catch one of the Dusky dolphins going mad flipping and winning around in the air for a while. After that we noticed that there were quite a few doing it off in the distance, it’s their signature move.
One of the crew pointed out a few Hector’s dolphins swimming passed, they’re really rare ones that are only found in New Zealand and aren’t spotted that much, they’re also endangered.
By the time i’d looked ...
... organised safety conscious. On the way down we stopped of at the Pharmacy to get some motion sickness tablets; a local brew recommended by the Whale Watcher people. They are expensive ($15 for 4 tablets/2 each) but compared to the cost of the trip, let alone getting to New Zealand, money well spent if it makes the difference to enjoying the trip or not. So to the trip. We set out and the sea was ...