Finishing up our day in Dunedin, New Zealand, we wanted to see the famous Baldwin Street, which is the steepest residential street in the world. It (and many of the streets in Dunedin) were laid out by planners in London and no one actually saw the area where the streets were planned. It was a bit of a nervous experience but something to see for sure. We also spent our last two hours touring the Cadbury Factory. This was really one of the highlights of our day, seeing where the chocolates were made and how. And a really great result of the tour: at each station a different candy was handed out. We all ended up with a bag full of free candy bars!