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Views of Gondwanaland

Location: Otago, New Zealand

Once we cross over into New Zealand's South Island, we head south along the coast. Opportunities abound to drink in the scenery and sample the sights...doesn't anyone know about this place? Where are the crowds??

28 Feb 2007, 7:23PM

A turkish feast in Dunedin

27 Feb 2007, 2:57PM

New Zealand crayfish....delicious!

1 Mar 2007, 3:37PM

Jennifer and Emily, future Audubon members, wearing the only garment they feel is essential-field glasses.

1 Mar 2007, 1:21PM

The steepest street in the world proved to be quite the challenging run!

1 Mar 2007, 4:42PM

These New Zealand sea lions let us get pretty close before we lost our nerve and turned around.

1 Mar 2007, 3:50PM

An enormous albatross eyes us from the deep blue pacific.

2 Mar 2007, 2:22PM

Who needs toys...just give us some seaweed and a long sweep of beach...

2 Mar 2007, 1:53PM

Climbing in the Catlins to Jack's Blowhole.

2 Mar 2007, 2:34PM

Our flat Connellys travel EVERYWHERE with us. Emily, swimming in her pearls, thought they'd all like to take a swim with her!

2 Mar 2007, 2:31PM

A post-hike swim with clothes on...this took more courage than it looks as the day was windy and the sea was a chilly 62 degrees.

2 Mar 2007, 5:14PM

Christopher sits on an 160 million year old fossil forest at Curio Bay. This spot shows New Zealand's connection to ancient Gondwanaland.

2 Mar 2007, 3:40PM

The Catlins coastline (with an even prettier foreground.)



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New Zealand crayfish....delicious!

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A turkish feast in Dunedin

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The steepest street in the world proved to be quite the challenging run!

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Jennifer and Emily, future Audubon members, wearing the only garment they feel is essential-field glasses.

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An enormous albatross eyes us from the deep blue pacific.

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These New Zealand sea lions let us get pretty close before we lost our nerve and turned around.

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Climbing in the Catlins to Jack's Blowhole.

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Who needs toys...just give us some seaweed and a long sweep of beach...

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A post-hike swim with clothes on...this took more courage than it looks as the day was windy and the sea was a chilly 62 degrees.

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Our flat Connellys travel EVERYWHERE with us. Emily, swimming in her pearls, thought they'd all like to take a swim with her!

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The Catlins coastline (with an even prettier foreground.)

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Christopher sits on an 160 million year old fossil forest at Curio Bay. This spot shows New Zealand's connection to ancient Gondwanaland.