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

Day 33

A travel blog entry by sarahgathergood on Nov 04, 2014

3 comments

... 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 ...

The very South

A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... front of nice bits of scenery they take pictures of each other jumping. I feel sorry for the folks at home who have got to sit through all their photos. The Sound itself is the smallest in Fiordland at 16Kms long and 300Metres at its deepest point. They have an underwater observatory where you can go down 60 feet below the surface and see the fish and other assorted marine life through 120mm thick glass windows. On the way out some Bottle Nosed Dolphins swam by and on the way back ...

The Catlins

A travel blog entry by peterjl on Oct 14, 2014

4 photos

... we did see, apart from big rollers crashing up cliffs at each end of the bay, was the remains of a fossilised forest. The trees had clearly come down and then been fossilised and have been eroded into view on the rocky beach by the wave action. We are camped in a sheltered spot on a headland between two bays. The campsite is very basic but has electricity to drive our heater and outstanding views from the top of the ...

Flocking to the Farm

A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on May 23, 2014

6 photos

... at an Alliance plant. This was my first real experience as a shepherd as I don’t think sitting on a stage with a tea towel on my head really counts! It was great fun, although not as easy the professionals make it look, I was darting around the fields and over gates, waving my hands and making strange noises but was assured that it was the correct technique! I helped Kate (one of the shepherds) do some crutching which is when the wool is sheared ...

Bluff Oysters and Tuatapere Sausages!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Apr 19, 2014

1 comment, 51 photos

... black swans, extensive gardens (one of them with native Nova Scotia plants, as his wife has a cousin living in NS!) and a covered atrium/pavilion. David was very knowledgeable about plants and birds/animals and held very strong opinions about how to grow things and live sustainably. His wife runs a cafe on site, and we bought some excellent homemade boysenberry-apricot-ginger muffins from ...