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Saturday, December 11th 2004

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Flammable Liquids

There seems to be nowhere in Lane Cove where you can buy flammable liquids. The hardware shop has closed and although the supermarket has some, the liquids we require are always out of stock. We therefore went to the huge Bunnings at Artarmon to buy flammable liquids.

They had an adequate selection...

Imagine putting a match to this!

Yuko wanted to by several bottles. However, I pointed out that buying large quantities of flammable liquids might get us flagged as potential terrorists. We just bought two bottles.


In the evening we decided to go into the city to see what the Christmas tree looks like. Actually we had planned to go last night (Friday), but it rained and we postponed.

First, the most important thing: food. We chose the simple, rustic style of Asuka which is located near the junction of Kent and Market streets. There is a convenient carpark in the same building and it's close to Darling Harbour.

The menu

Then, we strolled up to Martin Place to check out the tree. It was adequate.

By the time we got back to the vicinity of the carpark we were a bit tired (it was after 9pm!) and decided to go home. But then we made the wild, radical decision to go to Darling Harbour too!

The Novotel sign was, appropriately, missing the 'VOT'

The tree from across the water

We had some difficulty getting coffee at Darling Harbour. Eventually, we resorted to buying cappuccinos at Starbucks and sat on the boardwalk by the water to drink them.

Throughout the evening, Yuko was snapping pictures willy-nilly with her new camera. We could only walk a few metres between shots! I might have to limit her to 50 pics per day.

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