Birchwood Manor Motel
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Travel Blogs from Invercargill
... it falls on your face - which it did for me! :-) The fact that it had rained a lot before our cruise actually made the scenery more spectacular because there were lots of temporary waterfalls cascading down the steep sides of the glacial cliffs. We also spotted some albatross gliding just above the watermark. Their wingspan is huge and they are such elegant birds. Nature really does continue to take my breath away, every single country I visit, every landscape I ...
... views of the Catlins coastline. We stopped in the pleasant town of Riverton at a cafe as it came highly recommended. It was very good, but as we rode out of town, we saw the actual cafe that had been recommended. Oops. We reached Invercargill after a further forty kilometres, put up the tent and headed into town to see what Invercargill had to offer. We ended up in the Speights ale house - very nice too. Day 35. Friday 24th ...
... on the drive to Invercargill not great weather so just drove the two and half hours down to this not so exciting town for a nights stop over before heading off to Stewart Island tomorrow. Whilst making my dinner of Eggs Royale (last bit of smoked salmon and my last egg) I meet an Aussie couple; Hannah and Scott. She is a vet and he is a dairy farmer living in Christchurch for the last year and they are heading over for part of their holiday from work on Stewart ...
We stayed in Invercargill longer than anticipated. This is such a pretty town with lots of interesting buildings and places to visit. What limited us was the cold temperature and high wind. This made it unpleasant to be outdoors. However, we did go to a very large park called Queens Park, they had various garden themes, Japanese, Native New Zealand, English ...
... Island. Incidentally, this isn’t the southernmost point of New Zealand because New Zealand actually has 3 islands – the third being Stewart Island. I don’t think I knew that. Anyway, at Slope Point, the waves were mega and were crashing up and over the cliffs.
We made our way slowly along the coast to Waikawa, and then sat around for the afternoon not doing much. This was because we were here to see the yellow-eyed ...