Homestead Villa Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... t sure how this sausage would fair as when I'm familiar with a certain sausage, I stick with it, especially Tesco finest 90% pork. We pulled in at McCrackens Rest, an amazing spot overlooking the crashing waves and snowy mountains. Sausage, egg, onion - tasted pretty good, but we were not as excited at the initial thought of an impromptu sausage fest! We went to the i-SITE at Invercargill, but nothing really took our fancy apart from the ...
... they just can't be bothered to get up. When they eventually get up, they move at a snail's pace and we get stuck in a bovine traffic jam.
As I said in my last post, we really love the calves. They're very playful, galloping around like ponies, and they're as cute as any dog. We feed about 10 calves twice a day and another lot get fed in the afternoon. As soon as we approach them with the milk, they start mooing. Due to the rain, some parts of the farm have ...
... be frozen and returned to Lorneville where the team will measure the tenderness with the tenderometer and through a taste panel. An early start meant an early finish and I went to Bluff, home of the delicious oysters and famous yellow signpost. Unfortunately I was met by a blanket of white mist at the viewpoint but I walked down to Stirling Point to see the signpost that marks the southernmost town on mainland New ...
... you really must! By the way, an "Indian" in this case is a motorcycle!). As well, they successfully breed tuatara, the dinosaur-related lizards, so we got to see lots of tuatara of all ages, very up-close; the oldest resident, Henry, is 120+ years old...apparently they live for a very long time!
Because it was getting late, and dark, we had to try to find some place to stay so we ...
... s art deco buildings (like a really tiny Napier) and each year celebrates it's art deco heritage with a festival. Ranfurly is also one of the stops on the Otago Rail Trail which you can learn all about in their visitor's centre housed in the old train station building. The trail is the length of the old railway line and stretches from Clyde to Middlemarch. It's definitely on my list of things to do if I ever have the chance to return to New Zealand. I ...