Invercargill Apartment Hotel
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... the hay, next to boilers..anywhere. There are a few that we see every day and a lot that run at the first sight of us. The kittens are very sweet but a lot of them have bad eyes. We cleaned up a little, grey one (see photo) that wasn't scared of us. He was wheezing and sniffing and looking through half closed eyes. He seems better now so we can stop feeling so sorry for him.
Take a look at some of the animals in the videos I've posted on this page!
... lady volunteer who told us that the huge winds we left behind in Greymouth actually ripped rooves off houses and flipped vehicles, so now we feel really lucky we got out of there when we did! The museum was somewhat eclectic, with an oyster boat, all sorts of old mariner equipment, photographs, displays and memorabilia, in no apparent order, but fun just the same!
And then...the ...
I've decided to give you a treat and write all about today now...we have a very early start in the morning as we have to travel the best part of an hour for our 8am ferry to Stuart Island - so no camper van tomorrow! This morning we woke up, went without breakfast and got on the road at around 7.30am, we had looked through all the guides and if we didn't devote enough time to this part of the drive we would thoroughly regret it. The area that we ...
... structure and is the longest suspension bridge in New Zealand spanning 111.5 metres. On the way back to the camper van the mystery of the caution sign became apparent as we horrifically came face to face with the most evil looking wild cat that we have ever seen!!! After we had hot footed it back to the camper van without being eaten alive we continued our journey in a southerly direction. After a short while we reached the south coast and the ...
... 20 minutes along the coast! It was a free camp place in Corac Bay. As we drove into town we created what must have been the rush hour traffic, as for the time we were there we rarely saw any traffic at all. The township would be a perfect place to set 'The Walking Dead' as houses appeared uninhibited, no dogs barked or children played. There seemed to be a distinct lack of people. Looking at the tsunami ...