Time for some postcards! We've been in this extremely charming small city, in the south on the South Island of New Zealand for a week. There's a chill in the air, it's winter after all, which smells of a mixture of coal and wood smoke and a feeling of sophistication and creativity. Some of the cafés would give the best of Greenwich Village a run for their money. Dunedin seemed destined to be the big city of New Zealand in the 1800's when gold was found around here which explains the grand architecture of most of the public buildings. And, fun fact, Dunedin is Gaelic for Edinburgh! I've heard that the plan of the city of Edinburgh was duplicated and laid out over the hills and valleys here, regardless of the topography. One of the streets, Baldwin Street is the steepest street in the world! It's near and similar to one shown below but I missed it. Rushing today as the children have us on a forced march. More tomorrow!