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  Reply # 1453635 19-Dec-2015 19:38
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Cheapest petrol I saw today was Gull Atiamuri -- 1.64


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  Reply # 1453646 19-Dec-2015 19:44
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sonyxperiageek: 
Someone above said that Taihape had some good cafes, so not the case this time?


That was me... I stopped at Brown Sugar in Taihape today, and it was good. I would also recommend the Exchange (in the old Telephone Exchange).


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1453648 19-Dec-2015 19:49
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Cable car goes to the top of Botanical Gardens... I'd suggest taking the cable car up, walk down through Bot Gardens, then down past Parliament?

Cable car has cool lights in the tunnels!


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  Reply # 1453661 19-Dec-2015 20:57
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frankv: Cheapest petrol I saw today was Gull Atiamuri -- 1.64



here in South auckland the price has been consistently below $1.50





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