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  1. Hi! Thanks so much for dropping by my site… WOWWW, your Cambodia pics are soooo nice! Since watching Tomb Raider, I’ve always wanted to visit Cambodia… still convincing my hubby hehe.. Take care… great blogsite! πŸ™‚ Looking forward to your trips πŸ™‚

  2. Thank you. Angkor Wat is really a nice place to visit. You shouldn’t need too much convincing! πŸ˜€

  3. Hi,

    Please visit the Queenstown community library as it has just been painted last month, February 2009.

    Some photos I’ve taken.

    DSC_4589

  4. Hi,
    This is a great blog..may I know are you a photographer? a designer or??? bacause you ahve lots of funky stuff …just curious to know

    • Hi Susanne,

      Welcome to Itchyfingers! Thanks for your comments. I do graphic and web design πŸ™‚

  5. U’re funny, Tisu Girl, haha. πŸ™‚

    I like yr pages abt yr Taiwan trips.

    Will be great if I can share yr Taiwan pgs with my readers in my site.. What ya feel?

    Well done!

    Dave πŸ™‚

    • Hi Dave,

      Thanks for the kind words and welcome to Itchyfingers! Feel free to link Itchyfingers to your blog, but do give us a shout after you have done that, ya? πŸ˜€

  6. your ‘black and white’ houses article are interesting, did you manage to go inside to explore the interior? Are they friendly or nasty expat? Am looking for one for filming, care to share?

    • Hi Mindy,

      We would love to have the chance to look at the interior, but as these are people’s home, obviously we can’t just go in without permission. Most of the houses either have dogs or big garden so we didn’t get to see many residents that were near the gate for us to talk to. Are you doing some projects on the houses? We went to those at selatar and sabawang but have yet to write about it.

  7. Hi Tisu!
    I saw a number of your images of Indonesian art works including ancestor figures and keris. I am writing a thesis on these items and would like permission to use your images in my work.

    Thanks
    CC

    • Hi CC,

      Sure you may use them, but would be nice to give Itchyfingers the photo credits. :p May I know if you are referring to the pictures for the Hunter and Collector post? We would love to read your work to learn more too! πŸ™‚

  8. Saw that you are getting on with insect macro shooting, nice catches so far!

    I’m putting up my local macro shots here, u might be interested. πŸ™‚
    http://sgmacro.blogspot.com

    • Hi Nicky,

      We are also quite impressed with your photos! Very observant of you to have found so many interesting insects!

  9. The Mitre Hotle,

    Used to be home for expat deepsea divers form 1980 untill the end. I lived ther between jobs for two years 92 to 93. The owener or Boss as we called him. Well it is the only hotel boss I know who would lend money to people staying there. Talk about wild partys it was the place to be if trying to get into dep sea oil and gas diving.

    • Hi Martin,
      Sadly the Mitre Hotel is finally going under the bulldozer. Passed by the road leading to the hotel some two weeks or so ago and saw it all hoarded up. Good that you had the chance to experience the place in its hey day!

  10. You guys must invest alot of time working on this blog. im impressed

  11. Just surfed in. Must tell you that I lived with my parents at 2A Bury Road, Singapore from 1952 to 1954. I have a number of photos from that period. If you are interested email me and I will dig them out. Bury Road is named after a town in England with the same name, Bury. Obviously a name from pre independence time, like so many former colonial named places in Singapore and peninsular Malaya. Hope this solves your mystery.

    • Hi Martin,

      Thanks for your email. We are certainly very interested to see the old photos! If it is not too much of a trouble, can you email them to us whenever it is convenient for you? We would love to write about this, and I am sure there are many people in Singapore who are as curious as us on the origin of the road name.

      Thank you for dropping by, and we look forward to hearing from you soon!

  12. Hi
    I read about your maiden drive into malaysia and found it fun. I am also keen to drive into malaysia. would like to find out more from you:))

    • Hi Sajeevs,

      Not sure where exactly you are thinking of driving to in Malaysia cos it’s a big country! But we normally go for nature trips, if that interests you. πŸ˜€

  13. Hi Tisu Girl,

    I don’t own a car – however I am a member of car-sharing Whizzcar and have never driven into malaysia. I am interested in nature and travel:)

    • Nice blog you have there!

  14. Hi there. I love the wildlife posters. Where can I get one of the hornbill posters?
    Cheers

    • Hi, not sure where were this hornbill poster you were referring to cos it was such an old post. Probably do a search online for sale of this poster?

      • Hi, not sure where were this hornbill poster you were referring to cos it was such an old post. Probably do a search online for sale of this poster?


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