Queens Park Motels
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Golf Course
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... through some dense lush vegetation coming out at the Falls. I arrived into Invercargill in brilliant sunshine and so much warmer than Dunedin. I had arranged to meet members of the Invercargill Soroptimist club that evening and was delighted to be taken to the last performance of Shakespeare in the Park – Taming of the Shrew. All but one of the actors were amateurs and there would be an audience of about 500. A modern version of the play with some novel use ...
We had a "Waterfall Day" today, as we jogged along the coast we visited lots of little coves and anything marked up with a 'Brown Sign' Catlins National Park is full of things to do, mainly centred around wildlife, but means hiking a long way and mostly downhill. It's coming back up where we have a problem! From Surat Bay we made our our way further along the coast and turned onto unmade road for about five miles to reach the Purakaunui Falls. This was a forested area ...
Wow today was another long day! We made our way to Invercargill, passing through the Catlins and stopping as we went. Our first stop was at Nugget Point. This was a rocky headland that reached out into the Pacific Ocean. We climbed all the way to the top where there sits a lighthouse. From there we could see into the bays either side of us and down over the rocks below. We could see fur seals swimming about and sunning themselves on the rocks. They're pretty big animals! ...
... 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 ...
We arrived at Harbour Side farm around 5pm on Monday evening. We'd found the farm stay opportunity on Helpx.net. A few emails were exchanged and flights were booked. Debbie picked us up from Gore, where we had been dropped off after taking the Intercity coach from Dunedin. It was a cosy journey and we had a half hour stop in Peggydale...not 'Piggydale' as I mistakenly heard over the coach tannoy (I was slightly disappointed and still adjusting to the kiwi ...