Grey Lynn is on the money

Auckland City Harbour News - - NEWS -

What do you like best about living in Grey Lynn?

The ameni­ties and sense of com­mu­nity are out­stand­ing.

How long have you lived here and where are you orig­i­nally from?

I have been living in Auck­land for about five years now. I mi­grated from Christchurch via Welling­ton.

What do you like least and how can we fix it?

I walked past a kinder­garten that was play­ing Blurred Lines for a danc­ing ses­sion the kids were hav­ing. If we started hir­ing DJs for th­ese danc­ing ses­sions I think this wouldn’t hap­pen.

Where’s the best place to buy din­ner in your area?

It is hard to go past Fa­tima’s. They have a suc­tion beam in there or some­thing which makes it very dif­fi­cult to get past.

And who does the best fish ’n’ chips?

The one from the Fat Freddy’s Drop video down on Pon­sonby Rd. I should re­ally know it’s name but the staff are very smi­ley and the fish is just how I or­dered it.

Who is the Kiwi you ad­mire most – and why?

Chris­tian Cullen, I’ve never seen a full­back quite like him and now he has a busi­ness web­site or some­thing. A re­con­nais­sance man if ever I’ve seen one.

If I was Auck­land’s mayor I’d . . . Have an anx­i­ety attack. When I’ve got a free few hours I like to . . .

Watch some­thing funny on the in­ter­net, read a book, lis­ten to mu­sic.

The spot in Auck­land I’d rec­om­mend to tourists is . . .

One of the best things about Auck­land is how easy it is to get out of there and check out a beach or a hill range or a ditch.

Guy Mont­gomery is leav­ing pol­i­tics to the politi­cians.

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