Monthly Archives: September 2013

Day one hundred and forty eight: Shed 10 open day

The Auckland Heritage Festival kicks of this Saturday the 28th of September. A good way to get a taste of the festival will be to head down to the Shed 10 open day on Queens Wharf from 10am this Saturday. … Continue reading

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Day one hundred and forty seven: Johnny Feedback

After relocating offices to Pitt St my workmates and I were distraught when we discovered that a decent cup of coffee was a little hard to find – not impossible, but options within a five minute walk were somewhat limited. … Continue reading

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Day one hundred and forty six: Wild Wheat

We have visited many a bakery across Auckland, as pies, pastries and loaves of bread are consumed in our household on a regular basis. One of the best in our fine city just happens to be in our neighborhood. Located … Continue reading

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Day one hundred and forty five: Petit Bocal

We had heard through the grapevine of a hip new café which had opened on Sandringham Rd called Petit Bocal. We paid it a visit and discovered a touch of French flair and contemporary décor (we quite liked the jam … Continue reading

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Auckland 365 extra: A recent blog post for our friends at “a little charitable trust”

It might not be Auckland but we all travel right? Here is some adventure and excitement from our travels especially through Bolivia. Worth a read and once you are done make sure you check out what our friends at “a … Continue reading

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