16 November - Caught the Coastline bus back to Dunedin about 9am. It was a direct trip this time so it only took about 2 hours to get back. As I hadn't seen much of Dunedin Bruce gave me my own little tour of Dunedin free of charge. We went back to Baldwin Street and I got a certificate saying I had walked to the top of it. Then we went up in the hills around Dunedin to get a view over the city and Otago harbour. We also went up to Signal Point which had a great view over the city. There was also a monument up there which had two huge bronze figures (cast in England c.1955). One was a wise old man with a book, the other an old woman with knitting - no idea who they were or why they were there. That was the end of the tour. In the afternoon I went on the Cadbury factory tour. It lasted about 90 minutes and was pretty good. Got quite a few free samples and saw chocolate being made - had to wear funny hair nets it the factory. At the end of the tour we went into a hugh purple silo (there were 3 in total, the other 2 were white and contained crumb - what is used to make chocolate). The purple one was empty, but when we stood at the top the guide released a 1 ton chocolate waterfall - so much chocolate - the smell was amazing. As I felt I didn't have enough chocolate I bought some more. They do this small bar called a Freakynana - which is a chewy bananna flavored bar covered in chocolate - it's yum. That was my day over - I tried to sort out travel plans and when I got fed up with that I went to get a take away pizza.