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... sports grounds.
After having some light refreshments we went round the museum. There was also a Tuatara breeding centre attached to the museum and have 80 animals at present.
The tuatara is a small lizard and the name is derived from the Maori language, and means peaks on the back.
It was nearly 4pm before we made our way to the site.
Once parked up we booked a ferry trip to Stuart Island for the next ...
... had one of these attached to a sidecar and used to visit us with his wife from Middlesex. We moved onto the far south of Invercargill to The Bluff and wound our way up a very steep hill to the top where there were views over Invercargill, The Port and out to sea. We then travelled onto Riverton to a very small campsite run by a dear old lady, to stay for the ...
... to keep an eye on.
Most of the new information has sunk in, just a few details we need to remember for the process to run smoothly while Debbie and Graham are away. They've been doing it a long time but it's surprising to think that they manage a great deal more work than this throughout the year, so my full respect goes to them! We're feeling quite confident that we can do a good job.
Let the fun begin...
... later the meat is cut into smaller pieces, the fresher the meat remains. The samples will be observed over a week and colour stability testing will be conducted- more on that in next week's post.
On the weekend I stopped at Te Anau a beautiful lake side town before taking an early morning trip to Milford Sound. I joined a trip kayaking on the sound, we were the first on the water and it was very calm and peaceful and the views were ...
... In any case, it was a nice place so we made the most of it. We had a wander around the town, visited New Zealand's only castle, walked up the steepest residential street in the world - it kills your calf muscles but doesn't take long. They hold a race up it every year. We enjoyed watching the residents speed up it in their cars so they don't roll back down again, while swearing at all the pesky tourists - like us - in their way. Thinking we probably wouldn't see them in the ...