For those lucky few that happen to be cruising the Antarctic Peninsula, take some time to visit the most southerly post office on earth.
The tiny island of Port Lockroy serves as both a penguin colony and a pocket of British history.
The building has been restored to its former glory as a British base for the operation of a secret mission during WW2. Entering is like stepping back in time. The tins of food, cooking utensils and radio exist as if the last 60 years never happened.
The post office was also part of the original building and still today you can send your postcards home from here, complete with the Antarctica stamp on them. Now that’s definitely something to write home about!