Rainbow over the campsite
Just off to find that pot of gold
View over the inlet from Duvauchelle campsite
Caravans stored for winter - Autumn began today
Akaroa Harbour extends for about six miles
Quay at Akaroa
Boats moored at Akaroa
Bustling harbour side at Akaroa
Akaroa Court House - built 1878
Downtown Akaroa - quaint but swish
Our home alongside Akaroa prom
Akaroans know how to live
St Patricks church, Akaroa
The French Connection - Akaroa
Run down but still inhabited
About to set sail on a dolphin & seal watch
Akorao Harbour - a peaceful scene on Monday morn
From the heights above Duvauchelle
More French colonial influence in Akaroa
Winding narrow roads to get up here
Over 3,000 ft up on Banks Peninsula
Some new found friends on Summit Road
A bit of a poseur !
Argentinian beef is 8,000 miles across the Pacific
View down into Akaroa inlet
Devauchelle campsite is to the left
The ocean can just be seen
A better view over the Devauchelle site
Black swans near Little River
Just what we need for Betsy, Clarry & Dolly
He crows too !
Not enough to wake this one up though !
Best mates
Black Swan speak for "Go Away"
A legless Swan
Proud parents swanning around
A disturbed heron flies off
Herons make a lot of noise too !
A visitor comes for lunch
Just the right size for me
Very shy, avocet like birds
Glenmark station on the Weka Pass railway
The yard at Glenmark Stn
Just some troublesome trucks
The Office - a restored carriage
A Directors coach apparently
Preserved motive power
The locos sit adjacent the main line
The branch off to Weka Pass
Weka Pass preserved railway established in 1982
Turnout to access from the main line passing loop
Seeing this crane really gave me a lift.
Coal heaps so there should be Steam around
The station at Waikari
The end of the line at Waikari
Waikari station from Scargill Road
Just an oil tank wagon in the siding
The beach at Peketa campsite
Kaikoura Peninsula - Whale be there tomorrow !
Peketa ablutions are handy
Day 26 Akaroa to Kaikoura
Chris & Graham - Oceania 2009
Author: Chris & Graham - Oceania 2009 (ID: 2341)
Posted: 2009-03-02 07:37 GMT+00:00
Mileage: 271.99 km
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Downtown Akaroa - quaint but very swish

Rainbow over the campsite
Just off to find that pot of gold
View over the inlet from Duvauchelle campsite
Caravans stored for winter - Autumn began today
Akaroa Harbour extends for about six miles
Quay at Akaroa
Boats moored at Akaroa
Bustling harbour side at Akaroa
Akaroa Court House - built 1878
Downtown Akaroa - quaint but swish
Our home alongside Akaroa prom
Akaroans know how to live
St Patricks church, Akaroa
The French Connection - Akaroa
Run down but still inhabited
About to set sail on a dolphin & seal watch
Akorao Harbour - a peaceful scene on Monday morn
From the heights above Duvauchelle
More French colonial influence in Akaroa
Winding narrow roads to get up here
Over 3,000 ft up on Banks Peninsula
Some new found friends on Summit Road
A bit of a poseur !
Argentinian beef is 8,000 miles across the Pacific
View down into Akaroa inlet
Devauchelle campsite is to the left
The ocean can just be seen
A better view over the Devauchelle site
Black swans near Little River
Just what we need for Betsy, Clarry & Dolly
He crows too !
Not enough to wake this one up though !
Best mates
Black Swan speak for "Go Away"
A legless Swan
Proud parents swanning around
A disturbed heron flies off
Herons make a lot of noise too !
A visitor comes for lunch
Just the right size for me
Very shy, avocet like birds
Glenmark station on the Weka Pass railway
The yard at Glenmark Stn
Just some troublesome trucks
The Office - a restored carriage
A Directors coach apparently
Preserved motive power
The locos sit adjacent the main line
The branch off to Weka Pass
Weka Pass preserved railway established in 1982
Turnout to access from the main line passing loop
Seeing this crane really gave me a lift.
Coal heaps so there should be Steam around
The station at Waikari
The end of the line at Waikari
Waikari station from Scargill Road
Just an oil tank wagon in the siding
The beach at Peketa campsite
Kaikoura Peninsula - Whale be there tomorrow !
Peketa ablutions are handy
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