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it’s a fishy business June 2, 2009

Filed under: friends,photography — daughterofdestiny @ 08:00
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23 may 2009 – after a late night out, we woke up early the next morning, headed for the sabah fish market (SAFMA).
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as we got off the car, immediately our olfactory nerve picked up the unmistakable whiff of all things fishy.

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uncle lee brought us there… the usual suspects

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the mother of all knives

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various sea creatures for sale…

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can anyone let me know the name of this fish? i call it the “unicorn fish” but no one believed me… for a good reason.

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the boy was playing with a dead fish on board a fishing boat, alone.

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siblings

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lovely boots, phua chu kang style… don’t play-play.

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all in a hard day’s work

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5 Responses to “it’s a fishy business”

  1. mizluvl33 Says:

    I SEE DADDYYYY!!!! hehehee thanks Cathrine san, a thoughtful gift for the home-sick soul some where out there 😀 loves n hugs! 🙂

  2. Elaine Chung Says:

    come back come back! I still want to bring you to karambunai for cycling!

  3. mizluvl33 Says:

    hehehe! yayy!!! why is it karambunai oredi ah? xppromise ya!!!*shakes hand and pinky-shake-pinky*heheheheh!

  4. cath k Says:

    mizluvl33: u r welcome… thought of u when i post this up =) come back soon!elaine: "teng chay yau fan" (translated from cantonese = bystander has a share too). hehehehehe…

  5. cyn² Says:

    yay!! teng chay yau fan… 😀


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