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Tierra del Fuego
Land: Estancia Harberton,Tierrra del Fuego

Sea: Beagle Channel
Trinidad in Caribbean.
Patagonia. 42 degrees south
Somewhere in Florida
It's a very close tie - I thought it would be a place near Cancun (20°51′13″N 86°53′55″W), but depending on where we went on the island, could have been half a degree south on Maui (20°45′33″N 156°27′26″W), some 20 years previously.
dg 3, G 1. East - Prague.
Santos, São Paulo.
Luxor, Egypt (specifically, the railway station, which is a little further south than the temple - or the Valley of the Kings on the other side of the Nile)
Leith and Grytvicken, South Georgia 1982
Gran Canaria
Malta. The airport being the southernmost part I visited.
38° 47' 5.2794" S, 143° 32' 5.2794" E.
Tromso. Vancouver. Hong Kong. Cape Agulhas, South Africa.
Either Fox Glacier in New Zealand or Port Arthur in Tasmania
Queenstown, NZ
Melbourne, Australia
On the English waterways network: Brighouse Basin, Ellesmere Port, Downham Market, Woking.
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Paro in Bhutan in 2006.
27°25'43.26"N 89°24'58.91"E
Los Angeles
Disney World, Florida beating Gran Canaria.
Wanaka, New Zealand. I have also flown over the ice surrounding Antarctica, which was nice.
Iguazu Falls
Sorrento (no, not the Italian one..a hours drive south from Melbourne)
Changi Airport, Singapore
Balclutha, NZ. 46°14′S.
Melbourne for South
Maspalomas lighthouse, Gran Canaria (just beating Disney, Florida)
Cape Agulhas, South Africa
Olhuveli, Maldives (3 N)
Stewart Island off South Island NZ ticks off E and S
Cape Agulhas, South Africa
Lunch at the Apollo Bay Golf Club on the Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia 38° 45' 34.9399"S 143° 40' 25.9598"E
George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Houston, Texas
Marseille I guess! Not very far really!
Iguazu falls (Brazil - we weren't allowed to the Argentinian side, being just after the Falklands war!)
The road between Sorrento and Amalfi - 40°36'29"N 14°31'46"E
Cape Agulhas, South Africa
Furthest south - Wilson's Promontory, Victoria, Australia
Mossburn, New Zealand
Adelaide, AU
Luna Park, St Kilda, Melbourne
Singapore (90 miles N of the Equator)
Cape Otway near Melbourne, Australia
Tenerife for me too!
Invercargill, New Zealand
This month, Glyndebourne.
Limassol, Cyprus 34°42′25″ N
The south side of Uluru (Ayers Rock).
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Queenstown New Zealand

I was convinced this was going to be Valpariso Chile, but looking at a map, New Zealand is much further south.

And Santiago is actually further south than Valpariso
Port Lockroy, Antarctica
A couple of hours SW of Accra, on the south coast of Ghana (near Winneba).
Fuengirola, Spain
Faro, Portugal.
A stretch of motorway just south of Verona, Italy.
Buenos Aires 34°36′12″S 58°22′54″W
Funny enough my furthest south is the same as the one for west being Newquay.
Whitehead Spit, Key West - Florida.
Mossburn, NZ (en route to Te Anau, stopped for a pee)
Harberton Ranch, Argentina, (-54.878235, -67.328560)
Den Passar, Bali.
Maurice Bishop Airport, Grenada.
p.s. I love the idea of DG at Disney World
Cyprus again, but I'm not sure exactly where: possibly Aphrodite Beach.
Walker Bay, Hermanus, South Africa getting soaked on a boat surrounded by Southern Right whales with an occasional visit from a Bryde's whale.
A car park just South of Ushuaia, Argentina (The Southern end of the Pan-American Highway.)
Bondi Beach
Brighton Beach (not that one) - Victoria, Australia.
OOty, India.
Makunudu, Maldives
Melbourne, Australia
Porto (41°9′43.71″ N, 8°37′19.03″ W)
Te Anau, NZ
I can't fully remember how far south my ex- and I took our hire car from Orlando but there's one place that stands out in my mind which was Sanibel Island.
If I never get back there in this lifetime I wouldn't mind having my ashes scattered there
For me, Wellington, New Zealand, 41°17'S, beats Sydney by about 8 degrees.

Has anyone been to Puerto Williams, in Tierra del Fuego, which is nearly 55°S?

But I see Mike has been to Port Lockroy, Antarctica, which is nearly 65°S.
Albertina, Western Cape, South Africa. 34°12.7'S, 21°35.8'E
Machu-Picchu, Peru
Melbourne, Florida
South: Tiki's Grill & Bar, 2570 Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815, USA
Singapore. Honourable mention for Costa Rica....never been in the Southern Hemisphere though.
Thredbo Village, NSW, Australia
on the way to hike Mt Kosciusko
Trinidad in Cuba.
Panama Canal
Dunedin, New Zealand.
Buenos Aires, to my surprise slightly further south than Sydney.
45°40’ S - Mossburn, NZ (on the road from Queenstown to Milford Sound)
S La Linea (no time for Gibraltar)
Akaroa, South Island, New Zealand
Cape Otway Lighthouse, near Melbourne

So 3 lighthouses and waterfall for my four - two of which the same as DG.
Maspalomas dunes, Gran Canaria
27.744016, -15.575008
Mulberry, Florida.
Bandung, Indonesia.
Arequipa, Peru.
Sydney, Australia. Technical Bondi Beach. Beats out Santiago Chile by a few miles.
Turns out Hermanus in South Africa is actually slightly further south than the lighthouse at Cape Point, so that's mine. Didn't see any whales though!
I'm sorry, but how shallow one must be not to go further east than Berlin?
Macau (my home city, HK, is obviously close second)

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