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Wednesday, 15 August 2012



Zaru soba is refreshing on a super hot day!

Like the last photo of the bridge at State...


thank goodness we've had some trades...still sending some your way.


LOL about the crowds at Yakyudori, that's so true. Although I found that if you show up at 5 to beat the crowds, they usually have the coals ready for the yakitori.


Hi CC - It sure is......I really liked that angle on the shot.

Hi Kat - Thanks....I think we're starting to get them. All thanks to you, of course! ;o)

Hi Jason - Yeah, it really gets crowded.....sometimes they'll start early if it looks busy. But when it's slow, they'll make you wait.


Hi Kirk! I never think of going to Buga for non-BBQ items but really should.


Hi Carol - Yeah, some of that stuff is pretty good.

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