Not a lot to tell you guys about the town of Dunedin other than it was a lot calmer than Queentown previously! We arrived around midday and checked in for the one night and I set off to see the town in one afternoon. However, I was distraught when I found out that my camera screen as somehow smashed in my pocket! I was still able to take photos but I couldn't see what I was taking! So annoying, but atleast it's happened with only 3 weeks left rather than 6 months. So I was left in a pretty bad mood for the rest of the day, but nevertheless I carried on with my sight seeing duties, starting off with NZ's most photographed building, the train station. It was nice but I didn't think it was worthy of that title. I met up with a guy I met in Queenstown and we tried to find a way to see the penguins that come ashore on the beaches out of town, without having to pay an extortionate price for a tour. We soon realised though that it would be near impossible without our own car, and not being over 21 we couldn't rent one. We gave up on that idea and opted instead for a walking tour of the town. The town is known for being very similar to Edinburgh as it was first settled by Scots. And it was a very unique town in that sense. But once we had seen some of the nice buildings, there wasn't a hell of a lot left to do. I ended up heading back to the hostel in a bad mood, firstly due to my camera, and secondly for not being able to see the penguins! I sulked infront of the TV for a while before grabbing some dinner and heading to bed. I'm sure the town would have been great if I wasn't in such a bad mood but I couldn't be bothered to explore anymore. I felt guilty for just sitting infront of the TV when I can do that at home but was nice just to relax for a while. I hoped the next place on the itinerary would be a bit better than Dunedin!