Homestead Villa Motel

Address: Cnr Avenal and Dee Streets, Invercargill, South Island, New Zealand | Motel
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This motel, located on Cnr Avenal and Dee Streets, Invercargill, is near Toetoes Bay.
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      Travel Blogs from Invercargill

      Day 38. Sausage Capital of the World

      A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Oct 05, 2014

      18 photos

      ... sign. We were hoping for a ready cooked sausage and onion bap, but instead a raw buy to cook in the camper sausage. The choice of sausage was limited, garlic and herb, tomato and basil, beef or pork. We opted for tomato. The lady (butcher's wife) agreed that this was a good choice. We could not wait to hear what made this place the Sausage Capital. On asking the lady, her answer surprised us somewhat, "because our sausages are at least 84% meat". ...

      Wet Cats

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

      20 photos

      ... Lion. Hunted to almost extinction by the late 1800's, the species stayed alive by moving to small Subarctic islands, only just making its comeback to the NZ shores.
      By now we were just sixty kilometers away from Invercargill, the largest most southern city. Here we checked into a holiday park for well needed showers. Our first and basically only action of the day in town was to get some food and visit Invercargill Brewery, the only craft brewery in town.

      Calm Days, Cute Calves and Cats

      A travel blog entry by cerikang on Jun 16, 2014

      8 photos

      ... babies! Every now and then, some of the calves will be standing behind a fence or a gate. If they walk a few meters, they can reach an opening and come and get their milk but, sometimes, they just stand at the fence, mooing. The first time, I just called them, expecting them to come to the opening in the fence and run down the path towards me. They didn't and I realised they needed some guidance. I went up to fetch them and showed them to the opening in the fence. ...

      Bluff Oysters and Tuatapere Sausages!

      A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Apr 19, 2014

      1 comment, 51 photos

      ... wings of the A-380 airbus. Ships from Australia are unloaded with great huge vacuums that carry the bauxite almost a km to the smelter. It was very interesting to see...

      We then took a drive out to Stirling Point (which many people think is the southernmost tip of mainland New Zealand, but we know better!) for a signpost photo op and to see the huge anchor-chain sculpture; Maori ...

      50 Shades of Lamb

      A travel blog entry by kathtastesworld on Apr 10, 2014

      7 photos

      ... the initial pinky/red colour changes over time. Three readings are taken from each sample on day 1, 4 and 7 which means a total of 11,700 readings were taken! A few of the samples had started to brown in patches by day 7 which was expected as the pigments in the meat surface are oxidated over time.

      It was an early start for Jo and I on Friday as we needed to test the pH of about 500 carcasses before they were processed. Jo warned me that I ...