Riverton Beach Motel
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... correct.So after much discussion and deliberation and forethought and contemplating and just some very deep thinking we have come to the title of " Lamb Chops" It suits it very well and is a non sexist name.
... the ferry over to the most southernly land mass. But the weather is pretty changeable here and as we arrived into Invercargill the skies were grey, the wind had picked up and the rain was starting to fall, the 2 hour ferry was no longer as appealing. We spent the night at Tuatara Lodge ($28 each) and to say there is nothing in Invercargill is an understatement, for the biggest city on the South Island, there really ...
... about 5pm. The journey was quite windy and long. About 3/4 through we realised we were reaching low petrol levels and there was a moment of panic as there seemed to be no sign of life anywhere along this particular road. Classic Mum. Luckily we found some dodgy-looking petrol station and filled up and made it to Queenstown at around 8pm. Upon arrival in QT, we tried to find somewhere nice to stay but everything seemed to be full. Very distressing. We dropped ...
... side of the island. Finally we entered Milford sound which we traversed to the end and then turned around and traveled back to the sea. Milford Sound is one of the wettest places on earth as it receives over 20 meters of rainfall per year.
There were many tiny waterfalls along the way and few larger ones. Rich and I stood out on the verandah and I was soon covered with these nasty little fly type of bug that bit me. They did not ...
... was now an aging relic but was no less impressive. It was a timber and steel structure that spanned the river and was a welcomed site when it opened in1899 having replaced the old punt ferry.
We pressed onto Colac Bay which was a beautiful spot where the sea ached around the shore but due to a strong wind, we admired it from the comfort of our crib. ...