... that has a surprising amount of Welsh dragons in their window. I guess being British is close enough. But looking away from architecture and tourist traps, Edinburgh and Dunedin actually have quite similar vibes. They are both university cities, with a lot of second-hand shops, independent cafés and great bookshops. And it's funny how these two cities have developed in similar directions, even though there is now more than 150 years since the Scottish settled here.
Dunedin also boasts having the steepest street in the world, Baldwin street.
And there is an amazing wildlife in the area, especially when you get out on the peninsula, where I didn't go. I did come across this sea lion just chilling on the beach though (it is a resting area for sea lions, so it's not really an unusual sighting).
And I went on a tour of Speight's brewery. I actually liked the brewery tour more than the chocolate one (I know, I don't quite know what's happened to me either). It helped that the sample sized were actually quite generous. And that our guide told us we could just work the taps ourselves.
And this is what I look like at 23. Very similar to what I looked like at 22. In honour of my birthday I actually put on make-up, which is a bit of a novelty these days.
I ended up enjoying Dunedin a lot, though. It is possibly my favourite New Zealand city (though there isn't really a whole lot to choose from).