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Glenys M's Invercargill, New Zealand
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Invercargill Water Tower
Doon Street
Posted 13 Mar 2017
The Invercargill Water Tower provides visitors with a good land mark with which to reference their t...
Oreti Beach
563 Dunns Road
Posted 13 Mar 2017
Oreti Beach is the only place I have ever been where you can safely drive straight off the end of th...
Bill Richardson Transport World
491 Tay St
Posted 23 Aug 2016
The Grille
491 Tay Street
Posted 23 Aug 2016
I have been a couple of times and generally have found it to be quite busy but have managed to grab ...
Zookeepers Cafe
50 Tay St
Posted 23 Aug 2016
The place has a tired and rather shabby look and feel to it, the menu was average as was the service...
Bombay Palace Invercargill
68 Forth Street
Posted 15 Dec 2015
Bombay Palace has a lovely restaurant and a wonderful selection on his menu for those who like to di...
South African War Memorial
Corner of Dee and Tay Streets
Posted 15 Dec 2015
The War Memorial is a familiar landmark in Invercargill as he oversees the road and street traffic a...
Elegance at 148 on Elles
148 Elles Road
Posted 15 Dec 2015
The restaurant has a lovely aspect and view from the first floor(not ground floor) and caught the ev...
The Saucy Chef on St Andrew
St Andrew Street
Posted 15 Dec 2015
We chose the Saucy Chef for our annual Christmas Dinner for our staff and were very impressed. Ther...
Thai Saigon
122 Dee Street
Posted 26 Oct 2015
Three relatives and I had a meal here and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Best meal out in the w...
Waxy's Irish Pub
90 Dee Street
Posted 29 Sep 2015
Friends and I enjoyed a mid week meal in the comfort of this Irish pub, being served by an Irish las...
Waipapa Point Lighthouse
Waipapa Point Road
Posted 29 Sep 2015
We went to see the historic lighthouse and walk the beach where we found a number of local seals bas...