Dunedin, New Zealand

We docked for a day in Dunedin. It is a small town settled by people of Scottish descent, so not surprisingly, the town’s architecture is similar to  that of small towns in Scotland. After doing on the port we proceeded to head out to board an old-fashioned steam train for a ride through the countryside.

Crystal Symphony Docked in Dunedin

The ride revealed more spectacular scenes of the New Zealand countryside, including vast expanses of farmland devoted to dairy cows and sheep. Here are a few photos of what we saw.

 

Steam train going around the mountain.
A sheep farm
In the mountains
A river runs through the mountains

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