Invercargill Apartment Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
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... so much adventure, culture and unique experiences I did not feel ready to leave in the slightest. However, I did have some more outdoor adventures at Mount Cook to come and time to explore Christchurch and Auckland. I just knew that my last week in New Zealand would be fantastic and you will I was not disappointed! :-) Book Worm Moments The Time Machine - H.G. Wells After reading this book I really do not know why I have not read it sooner! This book is incredibly ...
... on the west coast of the southern island of New Zealand. The waterways entering each fiord is called a sound. We first entered Dusky Sound which is on the south side of Resolution Island. This transitioned int Breaksea Sound which we followed back to the Tasman Sea. After following the coast north we entered Doubtful Sound on the South side of Secretary Island. This sound transitioned to Thompson Sound which exited to the Tasman Sea on ...
... he said “but I still like and Americans. I don’t want to speak Russian or Chinese.”
We made it to Mores Reserve to do the 1 hr loop trail there just after 4:00. We took the spur trail to the hilltop lookout with views of Riverton, the beach and some closer islands but it was too hazy to see Stewart Island. We continued on the loop which took us down to the beach below. About halfway down we came to a fence with a ladder over it. The marking ...
Sunday saw us arrive in Invercargill, the most Southern city in NZ and the only place in the world of that name...funny the things you learn. We started our day by visiting the free Southland Museum and Art gallery which had a good exhibition on The World's Fastest Indian (filming was done on the near by Oreti beach) and the numerous Islands South ...
... into the historic town of Naseby on the way home which has some very pretty old buildings, by New Zealand standards! The rest of Tuesday dedicated to weighing calves. The first challenge was driving the cattle from their paddock up to the cattle shed. While doing this David noticed that a couple of the calves hadn't been castrated properly and so the vet was called in. Male calves are castrated and have their horns removed pretty quickly after they are born ...