Invercargill Apartment Hotel
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... muddy. In some parts, it's hard to walk without getting your boots stuck every five seconds. We've been unable to feed some of the calves in the afternoon because of this and they haven't let us get away with it without a fuss. As we walk past, to feed the calves on drier ground, the unfed calves make noises like screams but in moo form. They really make us feel sorry for them even though they are being fed throughout the day, it's the milk that they really ...
... his lovely ponds, with ducks quacking away at us as we ate our dinner!
The next morning David toured us around his pride and joy (although now, sadly, for sale, as the amount of work to keep it up has worn them down and drained their finances) and we were amazed to find an excellent museum, old farming equipment, several ponds, complete with several species of ducks and 2 majestic (but ...
... bits of fender that needed to be sources and bought but it was pretty enough as it is. The sound of the engine was pretty sweet too - a real deep, thunder to it. after the dolphins, vintage car and cookies I went up to the look-out and had lunch - some great views up there over the ocean towards Stewart Island. I made my way back to camp and bumped into two guys I met on the power station tour - it's a very small world! All in all, a very great ...
... Farm Lemon Curd?? After only being able to get that Barker's gelatinous artificial tasting stuff, this one is amazing - pretty much like home made. Love it. Madge - take note. Buy this stuff, put it in a jar and pretend to Ron that I sent it to him. He will never know the difference. X
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... here. As well as the hens there were lambs, calfs, a goat and two incredibly cute alpacas. We really love the alpacas who are such comical creatures. We are looking forward to being able to help feed the animals in the morning. We spent the rest of the day watching the wildlife and chilling out. Around tea time it started to properly rain and the wind really picked up. We went to sleep with the wind swaying the van and the rattle of raindrops on the roof.