Dunedin, a New Zealand city with a Scottish touch. Although it is the second largest city in the South Island, it still does not feel that many people are infested. After arriving, go to Baldwin Street. This slope has a 19-degree inhabited street. It is actually a bit worse than driving in San Francisco's Lombard Street. But if you increase the horsepower to the top and then rush down, there will still be a feeling of a roller coaster ride. . We have been driving up and down for several rounds, and its fun to entertain ourselves. I heard that in February, the running competition "Baldwin Street Gutbuster" will be held here. There are also 10,000 spherical chocolate candies (Jaffas). Each chocolate candy is sponsored by one person, the winner receives the prize, and the funds raised are donated to the charity. Eat and drink, stop at the University of Otago - the oldest university in New Zealand. The campus has no walls and is integrated with the outside. So even visitors who like soy sauce like us can walk in and out and feel the style. The cherry blossoms are in full bloom, a river runs through the campus, and the building is full of rich Scottish characteristics. It is wonderful to have students sitting on the lawn in twos and threes.