Close to everything
What do you like best about Mt Albert?
There are so many cats, my flat and flatmates are awesome, there are some trees to look at and it is so close to everything. How long have you lived here and where are you originally from?
I have being living in Mt Albert for about three months, but six years in Auckland. I am originally from Whangarei but spent five years of my childhood in Brunei. What do you like least and how can we fix it?
There are too many food options. I get incredibly confused and can’t decide what I want and my stomach is eating holes in itself by the time I finally place an order. And the sad things is . . . I don’t know that I want you to fix it. Where’s the best place to buy dinner in the area?
I only know it as the ‘Doodle House’ (thank you spelling mistakes). It’s delicious and cheap. And who does the best fish and chips?
I’m a vegetarian so can’t vouch for fish, but there’s a little Turkish food caravan thingy, by the train station, that does epic chips with BBQ Sauce and mayonnaise. It’s out of control. Who is the Kiwi you admire the most and why?
This changes all the time. There are a lot of incredible people in my industry that I admire – writers and actors alike. Then my girlfriend and my family, obviously. At the moment though, I am really inspired by Nancy Wake. If I was Auckland’s mayor I would . . .
Do more for the arts. New rehearsal spaces, funding opportunities, workshops etc. The spot I would recommend to tourists is . . .
The Basement Theatre! Something new and exciting is always happening there and it’s a great place to uncensored Kiwi voices. When I have a few hours spare I like to . . .