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TravelPod Member ReviewsBavarian Motel Invercargill
our 1st bed since we had been away in the spaceship & what a lovely place to stay,very clean comfortable & relax just outside invercargill
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... a cup of tea, then at low tide managed to reach the island, although we were a little caught short on the way back ... maybe we shouldn't monkey about with the tides! It was also great to be able to be out early evening without being worried by sandflies which have bitten us both, but as ever, Chris suffered worst. Another camper curry and sunset ... ...
... it properly and took her to the VTNZ which is pretty much the company which invented the WOF and therefore a pass from them is a good sign that the van is in good order. It all seemed to be going way too smoothly when we turned up to be told that it was a 5 minute wait and just $50. So we handed over our baby and sat in the waiting room. The news was not bad but it wasn’t good either. She needed a new seatbelt on the passengers side to pass the WOF and ...
... Anau is a 'sweet' little town, a bit 'one horse' but in a good way, reminiscent of Jasper. I really like it. Having wandered through several towns and cities and seen adverts for 'Evolve' bracelets, similar to 'Pandora', I had thought to buy one as a present from my fabulous friends from work as a reminder of both New Zealand and them. We noticed that a little jewellery shop, 'Jade Country' ...
... sort of beach, it was made up of ancient flat rock, there were fossilised trees! It was so strange to see tree stumps, thousands of years old, sticking out of the harsh rocky ground. These stumps have been uncovered through years of erosion caused by the sea. We arrived in Invercargill at about 7pm, so we just had dinner and went to bed! Tomorrow we have an early start for our trip to Milford Sound. Really hope the weather cheers up for that, or we will just be looking at ...
... local dishes, so whitebait pattie for DaveO and blue cod and chips for me. Bread buttered in the van - delicious! We headed south to Bluff and Stirling Point which was one of the most southern mainland points. It was then to a very high lookout on the hill with amazing views, but the weather was awful, so it was a quick dash. Quick fuel up and back on the road for Waikawo. We set the van overlooking Porpoise Bay for the night, another wonderful ...