A good thing about Five Rhythms dancing is that it happens all over the world. Ratnavyuha and I went dancing on a rainy Sunday morning in Auckland, and afterwards went to Kokako café in the suburb of Grey Lynn. My brother is right: New Zealand café culture is so vibrant. And the pancakes were excellent too. Today we popped into a café in Titirangi, en route to the Waitakere ranges for a hike, and the place was buzzing with local people, enjoying café life. And good coffee. Walking in New Zealand bush – sub-tropical rain forest – was such a treat. It is so not like Cambridgeshire. But then again, you only get bluebell woods in Britain.
You are going to be so FAT after all those coffees & cakes!!
No, I take photos of them, and then give them away… Just joking. I think you may just be envious though.
Ah, was it the Hardware Cafe in Titirangi? That’s my favourite local coffee haunt.
Yes! That’s the one. I didn’t know you lived near Titirangi. We stood waiting for our coffees at the Hardware Café, and I became enchanted with the concentration and elegance of the man behind the coffee machine. Half man half coffee machine. It was beautiful, though slight hectic. Great to meet you Carla, and say thanks to Gary for that cake please.