Johnnie Moore

Mussel Inn

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

musselinn.jpgUp in Golden Bay I really liked the Mussel Inn. I laughed at the way the owners deter the use of cell phones, as shown in this picture of the noticeboard by the front door.

(Picture taken – at obvious personal risk – on my Orange C500)

I guess I like organisations that have a bit of attitude, instead of just spouting homilies about customer service. The homebrewed beer is extremely tasty too.

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