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I always think a city is particularly exotic when there are palm trees among city towers.











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    1. Oh your right ... when compared to Qld. Almost as lonely as the tall palm in my garden in the mountains.

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  2. It does give a touch of the exotic

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    1. I think I fell in love with palm trees as a tiny girl from the ones outside the Brisbane Town Hall.

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  3. a nice spot for lunch for those office-dwellers :D)

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  4. Nah ... don't like palm trees. No sense of being able to hug it.

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    1. But they are thin enough to get your arms right around them!

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