We had a quick trip to the supermarket for the essential supplies. I found the meat, fruit and veg in the shop to look lovely and very good quality but exceptionally expensive, about double the price in the UK. The worst thing is the price of bread, it is so expensive, one brown loaf worked out to be over three pounds.
We found one Bank in Dunedin that would change UAE Dirhams and went to Speights Brewery for lunch and a tour of the Brewery. The lunch was good and hearty, helping us to recover from the jet lag. But the tour of the brewery felt a little rushed. They had put on extra tours due to the Rugby World Cup and were rushing the groups through the Brewery. I know no more about the brewing of beer than I did before we started the tour. The tour ends in the Bar where you could sample six of the brews, serving yourself from the pumps. This was good fun, but again we were kept on a strict time schedule and after exactly 30 minutes that was it, bar closed.
The town of Dunedin was starting to fill up with Rugby fans of various nationalities, but predominantly English and Argentinean. We sat in a bar and watched the other matches being played at various locations around the country.