Beersheba Boutique Accommodation

Address: 58 Millton Park Road, Invercargill, South Island, No 1 RD, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 58 Millton Park Road, Invercargill, is near Toetoes Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Invercargill

    The Deep South

    A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on May 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... unfortunately did not see the rarest penguin in the world, the Hoiho or yellow-eyed penguin or the Hectors dolphins at Curio Bay. I think it really depends on what time of year you come to this area, but even more reason to come back! I never realised New Zealand had such rare and unique wildlife. Bluff Ouster Festival On the same day, May 23rd, we by sheer chance arrived at Bluff on the same day as their big oyster festival, where the whole town gets involved with ...

    Pretty much as far South as I can go!

    A travel blog entry by kstyan on Feb 13, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Whilst staying with Gay and Ron, they had a family wedding to go to in Wellington and so I remained at the farm to look after the pet animals and shift the sheep. I managed to keep myself occupied and spent quite a bit of time with their friend Angie who owns a farm nearby. We went to Shakespeare in the park one evening which was a slightly strange adaptation of The Taming of the Shrew, but were very enjoyable all the same due to the comedy nature of the play. On the Sunday we ...

    The very South

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... Bay with a rather good petrified forest some 180 million years old. This forest was still standing as the lower parts of the trees were petrified by silica in volcanic mud flows. The upper trunks ultimately fell and also became petrified as did logs washed into the forest by floods. All over the beach you can still see the stumps and logs. The quality of the petrification is so good you can actually see the growth rings of the trees. The bay is also home to some rare yellow ...

    Probing the Tenderness

    A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Apr 25, 2014

    1 photo

    ... lamb because the carcasses were so big but my long arms were put to good use!

    The next day was an early start (2am!) to get to Mataura before the carcasses were taken out of the chiller. We probed our selected carcasses for the final pH measurement (24 hours after kill) and removed the temperature probes. The carcasses were sent to the boning room and we collected and bagged our samples of strip loin. These ...

    The other side of the worl.. island!

    A travel blog entry by groteboze on Mar 19, 2014

    13 photos

    Wanaka is a nice place, but there's not that much else to do, unless you're prepared to pay a lot to be 'strapped to a beautiful stranger', as the ad says, and plummet to the ground from a small aeroplane. I'd love to, but paying 250-300 euro's for an experience lasting only a minute is a bit much.

    We continued our way to Bluff, on the southern edge of ...