Townsman Motor Lodge
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Townsman Motor Lodge
TripAdvisor Reviews Townsman Motor Lodge Invercargill
Travel Blogs from Invercargill
... park is quite close to the farm and is one of New Zealand lesser known natural wonders with beautiful waterfalls and lakes, an array of beautiful lakes, unique wildlife and great ocean views. Ron took me to see all the sites one day which were incredible and we had great fun seeking out the Yellow Eyed Penguin to finish the day off. New Zealand is the only country to host this rare bird and we were lucky enough to see a couple as they came in to nest after a day’s ...
... uschemachenden Gerät verbunden war, wie zum Beispiel Zahnbürste, Rasierer oder einem Puppenkopf mit Glocken im Haar. Am Nugget Point, dem letzten Ziel des Tages steht ein Leuchtturm in grandioser Kulisse mit "Nuggets" im Meer, Steinen welche vertikale Schichten zeigen, und Seebären am Strand.
Der Abend wurde dann nach einem recht verregneten Tag doch noch überraschend schön und somit konnten wir den Tag in den Sinclair Wetlands mit einem ...
... Hayes in 1977 when Burt retired. Who you may ask is this Burt Munro chap. Well I asked the same question but did remember watching (years ago) a film of his life starring Anthony Hopkins. Burt had a thing for speed and tuned his bikes in his garden shed and achieved some amazing records. On the 26th August 1967 he claimed the World Record Class S-A 1000cc – with an average speed of 183.586mph (one way 190.07mph). This was aged 68,wow. This record still stands to this very ...
... got me thinking. Instead of children having inset days from school back home, why don't we put them to work repairing pavements. In fact why stop there, they could also fix potholes in the roads too. When you think how many inset days there are and how many children we'd have our roads sorted in no time! And it would be character building for the children too!! Just putting the idea out there!!
Anyway, time was still ticking and the weather ...
... the tail and between the legs of the sheep to ensure they are clean before going to the works.
I enjoyed spending time with Jan, the lower order sharemilker who runs the dairy unit, he said that he simply fed and milked the cows, although I could see that a great deal of work and skill was involved! The majority of the 800 cows are milked twice a day between August and the end of May (the break allows for calving). I went on the quad ...