Hardi wrote:You talking about me? Don't drag me into this. I already have 3 nephews and 2 nieces. I don't need anymore monsters to call me as uncle.
You're so sweet
LennyeTran wrote:Ooohh, you lucky but...! I'm so jealous! Asia tour has always been my dream. Well, I don't count Thailand since I'm kinda iffy about that country, but Cambodia.... I have always wanted to go back there. I was there when I was five. And I only stayed for about a week or two, I don't remember. The country was peaceful and cultured.
Don't forget to take a lot of pictures to show us here, please. What mission are you on, by the way?
I got my ticket today!!
Unknownsu wrote:First stop will be Beijing (3 days) and then off to Thailand to do a land crossing into Cambodia and then to Vietnam.
Unknownsu wrote:Don't worry, I will no doubt take lots of photos (I'm estimating 100,000 - seriously) but I only post them to my Facebook and Flickr. Photography is my mission.
Unknownsu wrote:Yes, I got my ticket but I don't leave until the 26th of December. I return to Canada on the 16th of February so that's roughly 7 weeks altogether.
Unknownsu wrote:You checked my album? They look professional? Wow, that's quite a compliment. Photography is a hobby for me but a serious one. I only started 2 months ago.
Unknownsu wrote:Photography is not a thing of chance. You have to compose your shot before you take it. If I see a photo opportunity, I just need 1 shot, 3 to be absolutely sure.
Unknownsu wrote:I don't really know what bò bía is and I usually don't find a food dish interesting enough to be a photo subject but if I do come across it, I will take one for you. Same goes with mangosteen. Chances of me taking a picture of mangosteen is much higher though. Whether it is professional shot is well, up to fate, I guess.
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