Invercargill Apartment Hotel
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... also had an animal enclosure, with rabbits, chickens, pigs, wallabies and deer. All set out in a big circle. They also had three large aviaries full of native exotic birds. From there we went to E. Hayes and Son shop to see Burt Munro's motor cycle "The Fastest Indian" They also had a collection of other historic motor bikes, including an Ariel Square Four. ...
... The calves seemed extra hungry this morning, they mooed and mooed until they were fed. One of them, Jack, nearly headbutted his trough off the gate as I clearly wasn't moving fast enough. Graham had turned on the rock radio station by the time we'd returned, a daily ritual. I think the cows are soothed by the husky tones of Chris Cornell and Dave Grohl. We finished our work within a couple of hours and were told about a few more things ...
... 1500 loins. We tested the pH, cut the loin, skewered the pieces together and then MAP was applied. MAP or modified atmosphere packaging, involves pumping a combination of 80% oxygen and 20% carbon dioxide in to the plastic tray and then it is heat sealed with a film. This process of putting smaller cuts of meat into plastic trays is completed in the UK to ensure freshness is maintained throughout the meat's journey around the world in a shipping ...
Our next stop was Dunedin, officially it's the furthest we can get from London...physically, but culturally it's very similar to Edinburgh. It's a student town and coupled with a lot of seemingly Scottish architecture, it doesn't feel as far away from home as you can get. Which is odd because I always expected the 'furthest' place away would be somewhere remote or exotic, not somewhere where you can buy jars of Branston pickle or Disney princess plasters and drink in whiskey ...
... through is called the Caitlins, it's basically where the forest meets the sea and is full of gorgeous bays and inlets. We decided that our first stop, incorporating breakfast would be around an hours drive. It was down very dusty, loose grit roads to Nugget Point, I cannot tell you how breath taking it was. The photos do not do it any justice at all. We parked in the car park and had our breakfast in the gorgeous sun with amazing views. Then we went ...