Wednesday, May 04, 2016


We relocated to Dunedin today, which will be the southernmost point on our entire journey. We are staying in a fun little bed and breakfast on the "steepest residential street in the world," according to the Guinness Book of World Records. The owner warned us that parking at the house would be impossible, because our car would just slide down the hill, regardless of how many brakes we set, so we also got to have the experience of schlepping our bags up the record-holding street. I was once again thankful that we travel lightly! From the porch, we have a lovely view of Dunedin and the gorgeous surrounding mountains.

 A lovely send-off from Chirstchurch

Baldwin Street:
The Steepest Street in the World

From our porch, overlooking Dunedin


(In case you missed it, I have just published a children's geography book about China, and I'm giving away a free copy. To be eligible to win, you just need to leave a comment on yesterday's post. I will be announcing the winner on May 17.)

1 comment:

  1. Hi Mandi, glad you and your family are doing so well. Thanks for keeping us all updated with your adventures. I'm simple and love shrimp fried rice.


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