Monarch Motel

Address: 633 Tay Street (State Highway 1), Invercargill, South Island, 9810, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 633 Tay Street (State Highway 1), Invercargill, is near Toetoes Bay.
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    Travel Blogs from Invercargill

    The Deep South

    A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on May 23, 2015

    12 photos

    ... at not much more than a hundred pages, but it is brilliant. Dare if you will to take a journey through time to the year 802,701, where the nameless Time Traveller meets the Morlocks and the Eloi, the remains of our modern day society. He travels further still into the future with shocking consequences for mankind. Will he make it back? Will be he believed or ridiculed on his return? It is a brilliant book and has definitely made me want to read all of the books by H. G. ...


    A travel blog entry by expendabelles on Apr 18, 2015

    ... next 20 minutes, I'm suddenly rushed through into A&E and felt up by a rather lovely looking Kiwi doctor. He tells me that I'm going to be needing bloods and put on a drip with potential to stay overnight again. Shock horror I thought I'd been told that I was good to go. After the consultant leaves, Mum arrives. 2 nurses have now been assigned to my side and I'm very against the idea of being tied up to a drip with those horrible cannulas given that 10 ...

    Day 36 - Waitangi Day

    A travel blog entry by lauriesecapades on Feb 06, 2015

    8 photos

    ... of course, spectacular, although my pics don't do it justice. We went to a vantage point to take our pics and discovered that someone had connected Pau Shells in long strings at the edges of the pathway, it must have looked incredible to start with but unfortunately several of these beautiful shells had been been broken up by careless others! We continued along the coast for many kilometres until we finally stopped for lunch at Maiaki Falls, although the weather was too wet to take ...

    The very South

    A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 24, 2014

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... sealers and whalers who by 1830 had decimated the seal population. The first European to come across Milford Sound was a Welshman, John Grono, who named it Milford Haven after a little place ,yes you’ve guessed after a little place back home. In 1851 another Welshman, John Lort Stokes renamed it Milford Sound.

    The area is a bit on the wet side with around 7metres of rain a year which is twice as much as the Amazon. We had delayed our boat trip in Milford ...

    Doubtful Sound to Invercargill

    A travel blog entry by mdod on Apr 23, 2014

    31 photos

    ... t clear but apparently that is where the “loop” part of the loop track starts because the trail went in both directions. We went to the left toward Balanced Rock and continued down to the beach. Shortly after the fence, the trail was very muddy and slippery but there were thorny bushes on both sides so we chose mud over thorns. We got to the beach and followed it to the right all the way until the rocks came down to the water but we never found any markers to ...