In New Zealand’s South Island things were cold but for the most part we were warm in the helicopter. Getting out on the summit of Mt Cook (Aoraki) was cold but so exhilarating it was barely noticeable.
It was noticeable however in Milford Sound. Grey, overcast and wet I froze. Even in bed with the room heated I had to sleep in long johns, sweaters and hat.
But Milford Sound was nothing compared to Greenland in summer. A gale was blowing so we had to walk from the airport to the town across ice flows and fording streams. My shoes were not designed for this and were soon wet through and with the biting wind I froze.
This is the only cold thing we are going to have here in Noosa. A glass of ice which melts quickly in our hot summer sun.
In response to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge