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We know that our first time driving on the left side of the road, and from the right seat, will be no big deal. But every time a family drives past, we do a double-take, thinking there’s a little kid behind the wheel!

We also brain-fart about which way to look when crossing the street, even though “Look Right!” signs are painted at the curb on many crosswalks. Most of the campervan renters we’ve met are from other countries that drive on the right, and we’ll surely get used to it, too.

We just don’t want to take it for granted.

While we’re visiting Dunedin, we also got the chance to experience their Scottish heritage. Between bagpipes, Sword Dancing and haggis, we felt as though we were back in Scotland!

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