No 8 Cafe Outram

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Farwest
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No 8 Cafe Outram

Unread post by Farwest » Mon May 17, 2010 10:10 pm

I realise this will be a long ride from the UK....but if you're in this part of the world this cafe is worth a visit.

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A good ride - go south to Taieri Mouth, and take the road over the hill to Waihola. Just north of Waihola, torn off along Taieri Ferry Road, then at Henley go towards Berwick, and then turn north again to Outram

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Re: No 8 Cafe Outram

Unread post by DAM » Mon May 17, 2010 10:36 pm

In about 20 months time I should be over there, me and Mrs DAM are planning a months Holiday but wont be bringing a bike :(

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Re: No 8 Cafe Outram

Unread post by Iand » Tue May 18, 2010 2:02 pm

DAM wrote:In about 20 months time I should be over there, me and Mrs DAM are planning a months Holiday but wont be bringing a bike :(

Dam,

Hire a bike while your out there, even if its for a day or 2, i went over for 3 weeks with the missus a few years back, hired a car for 2 weeks, then a bike fro 4 days, the travelling by bike was so much more enjoyable than the tin can!

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1960 lambretta Li125 sold; 2001 Honda CG125 sold; 2006 Yamaha FZ6 sold; 1980 Kawasaki Z500 sold; 1967 BSA Bantam D10; 2008 Aprilia Shiver sold; 2010 KTM Duke 690R; 1954 BSA Bantam; 1980ish Kawasaki Z200

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