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  Reply # 1855915 31-Aug-2017 13:00
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Coil:

 

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But it's Auckland and we all know that the best coffee in Aotearoa is in Wellington. we know this, it's a fact. innocent

 

 

So I keep hearing. However they built the Sky Tower so Aucklanders could see if there was intelligent life south of the Bombays and so far haven't observed any! :-D

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The only problem with the Sky Tower, It's in South Auckland. I aint gonna go near that. 

 

 

 

 

Ever noticed that as you go over the bridge toward the Shore, there is a sign that says "North Shore - Major Turn off" ? :) 

 

 


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  Reply # 1855918 31-Aug-2017 13:03
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@pumpedd today when in Central Auckland, diagonally across from Aotea Square was a place that does $2.50 coffee. I got a large hot chocolate (which admittedly wasn't amazing but still not bad) for $3.90 which is the cheapest I've seen for a while. 

 

It's call the Corner Cone FYI.

 

I can't attest to it's coffee since I do not drink coffee

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1855920 31-Aug-2017 13:04
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BTW Cafe owners, if you make a hot chocolate and offer me anything other than Marshmellows in my drink, I'll only buy from you one time! It's hard to beat a HC with Pascall Marshmellows melted on the top.


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Thanks for reminding me. I went to a coffee joint near AKL airport - at the mall just before on the left. California or something.

 

Long black was $2.50. Warning: this data point is 5 years old.

 

 


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