when boys have sleepovers do they sleep in the same bed like girls do or do the rules of no homo include sharing beds
girls always share beds. and covers and clothes and food and personal space. sometimes even bathrooms
Girls share everything.
The City 2 Surf always creates traffic nightmares, and the normal 10 minute drive to Erskineville blew out to about 20, compounded by the uselessness of weekend drivers in Sydney (we fancy ourselves behind the wheel). Once there though we got real lucky with parking, another one of Sydney’s nightmares. A short walk just past another of Erskineville’s gems Shenkin Cafe led us to Fleetwood Macchiato.
There was a five minute wait to enter, which was no dramas on a Sunday morning at around 11am. Once inside, Fleetwood is a very cosy cafe with a great vibe. An appropriate amount of seats for the small space means that things are crowded but movement is possible, and sound is loud without droning out your own conversation. From what we saw, all cooking and coffee production is done on or behind the main bar, with a small coffee brew bar up the back.
In terms of coffee, there was a nice varied selection. The single origin running in espresso was a Colombian Evelia Imbachi roasted by Small Batch from Melbourne, and in double ristretto form it was pleasant though seemingly a double espresso. We also had a good pour over on a Panama La Esmerelda roasted by Reuben Hills, but once again didn’t quite strike the quality we’d expect from a gesha. This was a bit unfortunate because we’ve heard nothing but great reviews from this great little cafe, but we’ll definitely be back at maybe a quieter time to hopefully grab an incredible cup.
Still an awesome place to visit so check it out!