Glendale Motel

Address: 11 Mary St., Invercargill, South Island, New Zealand | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 11 Mary St., Invercargill, is near Toetoes Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Invercargill

Pretty much as far South as I can go!

A travel blog entry by kstyan on Feb 13, 2015

9 photos

... staying with Gay and Ron, they had a family wedding to go to in Wellington and so I remained at the farm to look after the pet animals and shift the sheep. I managed to keep myself occupied and spent quite a bit of time with their friend Angie who owns a farm nearby. We went to Shakespeare in the park one evening which was a slightly strange adaptation of The taming of the shrew, but was very enjoyable all the same due to the comedy nature of the play. On the Sunday we went to ...

The south of the south

A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Nov 19, 2014

47 photos

... lesen, organisieren und Kniffel in der Nähe der Bucht zu verbringen und am Abend zu versuchen die Pinguine zu sehen die sich auf den Weg zu ihren Nestern machen müssten. 19:45 waren wir zurück an der Bucht und gegen 20:00 begann es zu regnen. Da wir aber den ganzen Nachmittag auf die Ankunft der Pinguine warteten, wollten wir nun nicht aufgeben und suchten uns einen kleinen Unterschlupf. Nach einer Stunde im Nieselregen immernoch nichts und die ...

The very South

A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... Bay with a rather good petrified forest some 180 million years old. This forest was still standing as the lower parts of the trees were petrified by silica in volcanic mud flows. The upper trunks ultimately fell and also became petrified as did logs washed into the forest by floods. All over the beach you can still see the stumps and logs. The quality of the petrification is so good you can actually see the growth rings of the trees. The bay is also home to some rare yellow ...

Where's all the wildlife gone?

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Oct 05, 2014

10 photos

... few feet high. Then the falls become louder. Surprisingly loud for the size of the river. As we approach we see the river powerfully passing over a drop of maybe 20 to 30 metres high. It's impressive.

There appears to be a viewing platform above us. Kirsty is initially reluctant to go up, having slipped over twice on the previous walks and the ground being very wet from the falls. So I venture up on my own, only it isn't a viewing platform it's ...

Flocking to the Farm

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on May 23, 2014

6 photos

... a field day which gave me the perfect opportunity to tour the vast farm. Originally a sheep farm, Nithdale’s 1600 hectares is now also utilised for beef, dairy, forestry, genetics (stud Romney and Suffolk sheep-sold to farms around NZ) and a farmstay business. Sheep to dairy conversions are a common occurrence in Southland, as the price of milk is more favourable than that of lamb; however Andrew and Heather decided to only convert a small part ...