Allan’s Beach – Dunedin, NZ.
A completely serene place to have an afternoon walk and forget about the world for a few moments. This is on the coastline on the east side of the Otago Peninsula in Dunedin. The vast majority of visitors to this place seem to be locals as they know it’s a fantastic spot. The last time I visited I had the whole beach to myself apart from the local fur seals and there wasn’t a bad view to be had no matter where I stood. I ended up coming across this old tree that seemed to be growing out of the sand like a wrinkly old hand. If you head down to the end of the beach you arrive at the entrance to a lagoon, but that’s a whole new adventure.