Hacienda Motel

Address: 678 Tay Street, Invercargill, South Island, New Zealand | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 678 Tay Street, Invercargill, is near Toetoes Bay.
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Travel Blogs from Invercargill

Down in the Dirty South (So the Kiwi's call it)

A travel blog entry by lou-and-ian on Jan 13, 2015

... on but we passed through noting the large river we crossed.

As we entered Invercargill, we navigated our way around the labarynth of shops, cafes and warehouses before stocking up on supplies and heading to the campsite. A welcomed shower, recharge and we are back in the real world with wifi, we finished the day with a full english and a lovely cup of tea!
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The very South

A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

You can't come to NZ without visiting Milford Sound (located in Fiordland NP), so here we are. It has been all go geologically here for the last 400 million years. Firstly the grinding together of the Pacific and Australian tectonic plates pushed up a lot of sediment creating all the mountains of the Southern Alps right down to Milford Sound, with added help from volcanos. Then the mountains at the southern end of the Alps dropped back down under the sea, where they collected ...

Day 38. Sausage Capital of the World

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Oct 05, 2014

18 photos

... Milford Road closed". No need for the coat experiment, the trip north was off. To Invercargill we would go! First stop and a chuckle, 'Clifden Suspension Bridge'. Opened in 1899, the longest suspension bridge in NZ at this time. Snippet that grabbed my a attention today, "Tauatapere, known internationally as the Sausage Capital of the World". The town was pretty small, some old school shops and a butcher. The butcher had the sausage claim ...

Wet Cats

A travel blog entry by lj.oz on Sep 15, 2014

20 photos

... much too big. I took pictures of what I thought was some but I'm not too sure to be honest. Back on the road we drove through much of the same scenery. Beautiful shades of green grass, looked like well manicured golf greens poured over hills, leaving stray patches of trees and shrubs. Next we stopped in Tokanui for fuel. Then it was a short detour to Waipapa Point for a scenic lunch. Again while strolling the beach we encountered the rare New Zealand or ...

Probing the Tenderness

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Apr 25, 2014

1 photo

... been killed. We inserted temperature data loggers into the first and last carcass entered into the chiller. The information can be downloaded onto a computer and a graph shows the drop in the temperature of the air and the carcass over the 24 hours or so that the carcasses are in the chiller. There are guidelines which state how long it should take for the temperature to drop. Working with beef is a little more ...