Wednesday, December 03, 2008

Dunedin - most southerly city

A few years ago I visited the Antarctic Peninsula but the day we spent in Dunedin on the South island of New Zealand felt colder.
I would have liked to have visited the Albatross breeding ground but access was limited as it was nesting time.
Instead I visited the railway station – the most photographed building in the town but was happy to get back to the warmth of the ship.

1 comment:

sarah toa said...

I just loved Dunedin, lived there for a while as exchange student. The wild life is amazing - both party town and the albatross breeding colony!