Admiral Court Motel & Apartments
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... thing we have noticed in nearly every small town is that the War Memorials have been painted and restored to their former glory, no doubt in preparation for the 100th anniversary. We walked to the Museum next door and spent a wonderful hour and a half looking at three floors of exhibits, from Antarctica, natural history, geology and live exhibits of a rare endangered lizard (whose name is Henry) called Tuatara and ...
... as a growing menagerie of pets and hobbies. There are 3 pigs plus 2 piglets, 2 alpacas, the usual dog and cat, between 15 and 20 peacocks, a collection of goats, swans, geese, teal ducks, Hereford cattle and of course the sheep. The pigs especially have friendly characters and enjoy a good tickle behind the ear! Harold, one of the pigs would even sit on command if he thought he was going to get a treat!
Gay and Ron also have strong connections within the local community and ...
... cattle figure at 6.6 million (about 1.5 for every New Zealander) sucks if you’re a vegetarian. The sheep population hit a peek of 70.3 million in 1982.
Invercargill has strong a Scottish heritage and a population of around 53500, first Europeans settled here in 1853. The main streets are the Dee (SH6) and the Tay (SH1), they are a generous 40metres wide.
We reached the outskirts of Invercargill at about ...
... to Queenstown.
2,5 hours later we were there, stuffing ourselves with great hamburgers from the place called Fergburger. The locals say, that One does not simply go to Queenstown without eating a fergburger :DSo now, after yet another adventure of Skippers road riding we are back to Jane’s.
Tomorrow we start out early to go to Fox Glacier. Can’t wait to see that :D
Whilst in Invercargill Peter picked up a local paper and as he was flicking through it I noticed a product recall advert. It was not something I usually take much notice of but this made me sit up as it was Heinz who had recalled sliced beetroot because of a processing error which might result in microbial growth. We had just eaten some of that the night before, opps, bit late to take it back
Heading to Dunedin we stopped at a couple of scenic spots. The first ...