Tuesday, March 10, 2015

coffee and flag


7 comments:

  1. A cafe - in the arcade - things have changed since I lived there back in the late 80's! Are there still fishmongers, West Indian food stalls and the Wazobia african wig shop? I hope you can still hear reggae wherever you go in the market. I understand Federation cafe is run by some 'flat white' peddling kiwis.

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    1. Yes, still a fishmongers, lots of colourful fruit & veg and a wig shop just outside the arcade - although I'm not sure if it is the one you remember. But also little trendy cafes, a gelato shop and a tiny gallery.
      I had an lovely anzac biscuit with my coffee so I think you are right about the owners!

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  2. Pleased to hear it still has that vibe. Used to have a lot of fun down there and Electric Avenue picking up the weekly supply of fruit and vege - plantains, kumara, yams and squash that weren't available everywhere else.

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    1. Yes, it's a really interesting area - will have to go back and draw again!

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