- Posted November 19, 2012 by
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100 places to eat like a local
The Saturday morning markets have all sorts of food, with a huge Polynesian and Maori influence, as well as arts and crafts, reggae-galia, enough fruit and veges to sink a waka, and of course the ubiquitous bric-a-brac that’s just waiting to find a loving home.
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