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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltaire View Post
    How about they park outside the ACC ministers office and throw dildo's or is that dildoes. at it.... seems to get the Medias attention.
    That's to much like protest action.
    Quote Originally Posted by Katman View Post
    but once again you proved me wrong.
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    I was hit by one such driver while remaining in the view of their mirror.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGVforme View Post
    OMG I see MAG had decided to grace the outer colonies with a ride to Hamilton on March 13th

    So excited at finding out that life exists south of the Bombays they even spelt poor Huntly with an E on their FB page.(Not that im one to judge lol)

    An epic 5 hour day planned that's going to take a few flat white soys.

    Could be worth a ride over to see how these Auckland types are going about getting this idea off the ground.

    Better be fast though they are only there for an hour for lunch.
    Do you even have that much soy down your way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nzspokes View Post
    Neither does decent coffee.
    You need to get out more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nzspokes View Post
    Its a lie, life does not exist beyond the Bombays. Neither does decent coffee.
    Life does....Intelligent life is another story lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    You need to get out more.
    There's a little cafe in Waverley on the left when travelling north - nice coffee and yummy food...
    plus a big verandah to park under while it rained

    The cafe in Bennydale is worth stopping at as well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGVforme View Post
    Life does....Intelligent life is another story lol.
    Intelligent life may not exist too far north of the Bombays either...

    except in very small isolated pockets...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moi View Post
    There's a little cafe in Waverley on the left when travelling north - nice coffee and yummy food...
    plus a big verandah to park under while it rained

    The cafe in Bennydale is worth stopping at as well...
    These days we are lucky, there are some fine cafes around the country side.

    NZ coffee used to be crap. Then I visited Europe and tasted the great coffee that was available everywhere there.

    Now though, there seem to be small scale coffee roasters around the country and some of these people are doing a great job. Fortunately for me there is one here in town of truly international class, so I don't need to go anywhere near Ponsonby to enjoy a good caffeine fix.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    These days we are lucky, there are some fine cafes around the country side.

    NZ coffee used to be crap. Then I visited Europe and tasted the great coffee that was available everywhere there.

    Now though, there seem to be small scale coffee roasters around the country and some of these people are doing a great job. Fortunately for me there is one here in town of truly international class, so I don't need to go anywhere near Ponsonby to enjoy a good caffeine fix.
    Agree, have found some really great little cafes away from the so-called civilised areas...

    also, depends on how you drink coffee... as far as I'm concerned it should be either an espresso or small long black...

    can't stand coffee that has been ruined by stuff being added to it... apart from a little hot water...


    Isn't that why we ride? to go from one cafe to the next sampling excellent coffee and delicious ginger crunch, especially if it has lumps of crystallised ginger in it...
    Last edited by Moi; 23rd February 2016 at 16:27. Reason: Because I can...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGVforme View Post
    ... they are only there for an hour for lunch.
    An "hour" for lunch?
    Any self respecting D'aucklander will not be that quick. A bare minimum of three, with wine and selected cheeses as accompaniments.

    Bloody heathens, south of the Bombay hill.
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