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Along the route up to Northland in NZ we stopped to change drivers and met an Englishman trained at the Savoy in London who now operates from a van at this turnoff. He roasts his own coffee beans from Papua New Guinea, bakes his own whole grain with rosemary bread, and produces authentic Cornish pasties from scratch. From his van!
We had coffee, the best egg salad sandwich ever, and a spud pastie with melting pastry.
And, bonus, friendly chickens milling about who apparently emerge each day from "the bush."