Nice observation there... haha.
wah!...so long din read your post...now your post is so rare...can put in museum kind! 'x'
Oh so this is how...interesting. How come you don't blog much lately? Busy ar?
day dreamer,I was looking at the fishing boats earlier on, but then suddenly i saw the "interesting scene".. :Dpink cotton,Lately i malas and seldom read nor write blog post, blame it on FB, and also some other commitment lah (besides FB). LOLWell, i have really "retired" yet :Pdoreen,*paiseh*Not really that busy. More of.. I was kinda lazy lately.And I have some other personal stuff to settle/handle.I do go online but spend time mainly on FB. Haven't blog hop for quite a while already. Lotsa things to catch up :)And I noticed yesterday when i wrote the post that this was my first post in March ;)
hhahaha this post so cute/sampat! had me smiling.
Wah.. good job to those fishermen! :D
ahhhh...now i know! I thought they would swim 'x'
misti,Hehehe, glad this post can bring u a smile. Actually hoh, this is an incidental finding. I was taking photos of the fishing boats, and then suddenly i saw this...*grin*selba,Interesting indeed. This is the first time I get to see such a scene. :)13th panda,Hehehe, the fisherman r very clever. They can reach their fishing boat without getting wet. :)
so this is how they reach their boats...haha...
Interesting observations. :)The title of the post reminds me of the nice times that I had spent at Gurney Drive, Penang a couple of years ago.
rojak rojak rojak...oops.. out of topic tim...gurney drive reminds me of rojak ma.. and sampat under the umbrella in the rain kkkkkkk ;P
This is interesting, they have their mini boat and the other boat for cari makan one... lolx.. Nice shot!
how are you? Beautiful photos as always.Will be coming to Penang on 22nd-23rd May.God bless
it means that the sea is too dirty for them to swim the short distances to their boats :<
An interesting mode of transportation. I remember my shipbuilding grandfather doing the same thing on a little makeshift canoe when I was a very small child.Thanks for sharing.
thanks for the lessonan eye opener for me ^-^
WAh din know got people using this kind of boats there !!!! I will be coming to Penang first week of April :) Give u a buzz.
This I called Kung Fu Fisherman... LOL
ohhhhh... itu macam.... :-)
wyn,They r clever, huh?I always wonder how they reach their fishing boat in the past :)oceanskies79,Nowadays gurney drive is not as scenic as before, and a large portion of the place is muddy. I have taken several photos of "the ugly side of the gurney drive" ~ muddy with lotsa little mudskippers hopping around :)angeles,Hahaha, Our lomantic dinner under the huge umbrella in gurney drive, and not forgetting taking shelter next to the lok lok stall. So wet and sticky... What a night :D
JC,Thanks for dropping by. I went there to take some shots of the fishing boats and didn't expect to see such a scene :)sarawakiana,Thanks Sarawakiana for your compliment. I'm fine here. I'm in Sarawak at the moment. Looking forward for your coming visit to Penang :) jun,Hehehe, that's a good one :DThe other side of Gurney drive is muddy and dirty, with lotsa mudskippers. I will post up photos of that area later :)
furkids,During those days, it must be interesting seeing your grand dad on the canoe during your childhood time. :)yenjai,Glad u enjoy the simple lesson :Dsbanboy,Aiyak, our timing always not "ngam" wan. I was not around when u r here time. Hopefully we can go yum char & shoot photos the next time u r here :)kenny,Kekeke, imagine them walking on the water surface like the scene in the kungfu show :Pjason,ya leh, macam ini loh :)
It's called "kayaking" ...'Fisherman Kayaking @ Gurney Drive' could be an alternative title for this post.Sharp observation Chen!
wah interesting info! i always wonder how the fisherman reach their boat which is some distant from the shore...nice one!
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