This place is stunning. It is close in Dunedin, the southern part of New Zealand. Credits to my husband for taking this photo
(Interesting Info from dunedinnz.com)
It feels like you are in a Victorian novel and visit the stunning and evocative Tunnel Beach, where in the 1870’s John Cargill, a son of Captain William Cargill, excavated a tunnel down to a secluded beach so that the Cargill families could bathe in privacy away from the prying eyes of St Clair. The beach has massive sandstone boulders, mysterious graffiti carved into the cliffs and a dangerous rip that sadly drowned Cargill’s youngest daughter.
The gift of adventure is one of the best things that you can give your child/children.
These are the things that I find important when travelling as a family
- Pack one bag of toys and books
- Snacks to nibble
- Extra shoes, jacket and clothes
- If you have small kids, play with them with “I spy with my eyes” or Connect my word game. Search the net for ideas
- First aid kit
- Prep some food for picnic
- Stop every couple of hours and play with them. Find a park when possible or a cafe or river
- Let them have a nice sleep at night
- We take some cold milk and food with us so we can save time going to grocery store. We’ll use the time to rest. Most hotels have fridge so it’s perfect.
- Extra clothes
- In my bag that I can easily access: extra socks, some small shape maker, tissue, hand sanitiser
- Let them wear comfy clothes and use layering
- Medicine (Vicks, Pain reliever)
Magical and breathtaking place to visit. This bridge is 20mins walk from car park.
Change is inevitable. The glacial ice is melting every second and most probably one day the water in this area will disappear.
Every season this place changes its beauty. On our last it was autumn and the colours are stunning