Sea Pasta

In Kaikoura we crossed “a water labyrinth”

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to see some seals. Our kids loved jumping over the water bits and finding the shells that where everywhere.

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We found ONE seal, where there usually is a colony.

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But our kids were not disappointed. Seals aren’t nearly as interesting as a water labyrinth that ends with “sea pasta”:

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There you go Kaikoura board of tourism, forget the whale, dolphin or albatross watching tours, just market the sea pasta!

Anyway, everybody happy to sit another two hours in the car.

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4 comments

  1. […] – Temuka – Timaru (check out Caroline Bay) – Fairlie – Christchurch – Kaikoura – Blenheim – Picton – Wellington – Hawke’s Bay – Taupo – […]

  2. […] Willowbanks wildlife reserve was a fantastic experience, and after the 2 hours the kids were pretty happy to sit another 2 hours in the car to Kaikoura. […]

  3. hahahahah – I couldn’t wait to read and figure out what sea pasta was going to be!!

    1. Travelling with kids is funny, they always have their own angle on things. Entertaining 🙂

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