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Dolphins do victory backflips near Kaikoura
Friday, March 28, 2008


ENJOYING A BEER AND NICE FOOD IN WESTPORT
S42°25.52' E173°41.23'

Made Kaikoura after 34km. Met a pod of dolphins doing backflips! Was a calm day today, short paddle to hang out here.

[alex on behalf of jc]

BBQ with HARRIET, PHIL, GLEN & LYNN IN WESTPORT

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

it must be strange with the end almost in sight now after so long.
i hope that you two enjoy the last few legs and have some great weather to finish the trip with - its grim back here and you'll surely miss it all once you're sat on that plane.
looking forward to seeing some more photos when you get back!
take care,
jake

10:59 am  
Blogger the old folks at home said...

Wow! can't believe you're so near the end of your journey. Won't it be lovely being dry for a whole day,then the next and the next.Jakes quite right you couldn't have been away at a better time, it's been horrendous weather here, not that it worries you guys.Have a nice day off tomorrow.Hope you see more dolphins. Hi Jake, hope you're well
Love from the old folk xx

1:38 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well done... uncle barry & justine. fab pics kids loved the dolphins,whale tail. chillout with the good people of NZ. HUGS ROSS CLAN.

3:46 pm  

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