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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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... reached Invercargill we were rather disappointed to find it was a very run down City that looks as if it has seen far better days. The two main industries are oysters and dairy and as it is a port and there are large tankers to be seen in the harbour. Bluff was our destination, the furthest south you can go in New Zealand, We stood under the international signpost at Stirling Point and had a little ...
... access. There is a warning at the start that says not to go in if there has been heavy rain (there had been heavy rain), but we went in anyway. It didn't look or sound too dangerous, plus it had stopped raining at this point. We had to crawl through holes, climb over rockfalls, and avoid large puddles. We couldn’t make it to the end as the way was flooded, but it was still awesome, and we got to see more glow worms. Pretty cool that ...
... play in the waves of the surf. The waves today were large, and the surf wild, smashing into the rocks and cliffs sending the spray high in the air.
The dolphins weren't playing. Clearly they had gone somewhere safer instead. Having struck a blank on the wildlife front we decided to move on before the wind toppled us or the camper over. We headed into Invercargill another Scottish settlement. It's called a city but only has a population of ...
... babies! Every now and then, some of the calves will be standing behind a fence or a gate. If they walk a few meters, they can reach an opening and come and get their milk but, sometimes, they just stand at the fence, mooing. The first time, I just called them, expecting them to come to the opening in the fence and run down the path towards me. They didn't and I realised they needed some guidance. I went up to fetch them and showed them to the opening in the fence. ...
... the milk solids and ensures that the milk has not been tampered with.
I finished my placement by helping out on a Captec trial back at Lorneville. Shoulder and leg joints were sealed in plastic bags with a range of carbon dioxide content (50-100%) and then chilled for about 8 weeks to emulate the shipment to the UK. We then measured the CO2 content in the pouches to see how much had been taken up by the meat and then swabbed the ...