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The Sri Sithi Vinayagar temple is located in Kuantan town itself at Jalan Bukit Ubi. Lord Ganesha in the main shrine was grand looking and this temple is claimed to be almost a hundred years old too. As usual, we did an archanai for all the main deities and walked around the temple grounds. The surrounding of the temple was very quiet, serene and peaceful.
The day ended with Kumar Annae and family treating us to a seafood dinner at the ...
... of English points up and there is a monkey up SO high. I have NO idea how he even saw that!
Head back into the open on the lake, he takes us to his village, they have this archery target but rather than a bow an arrow there's this long hollow pipe-wood thing that you stick a dart into then you make a power blow and hope to hit the target. Cam went first and got the board, then I had a go and got a bullseye! ...
... light to push along considering it probably weighs 25kg. We walked along then round the corner and still couldn’t see the bus stop. We headed past a market then saw some buses parked up that must be it we thought. As we had just about reached it a man came up to us asking where we were going I assumed he was a bus driver. He told us there wasn’t a bus for an hour and a half and then said, but I have a taxi, oh what a surprise a taxi driver. We said no thanks ...
... a craving, clinging and if unpleasant we develop an aversion and crave for that thought or thing to end. Ultimately the goal of the technique is to purify the mind to free it from misery by gradually eradicating the negativities within.
Day two I was already getting restless. I found myself agitated by my neighbor who was even more restless and making awful snorting noises during meditation and random screaming at night. It turns out that she was withdrawing ...
... the T-shirt so we agreed and he led us inside. He walked in and he started teaching us in the front room of his house, he took us through the steps whilst the kids watched TV next to us.
First we had to sketch our designs on the t-shirts with a pencil, then he put a big bowl of wax on the stove to melt which we would be using to outline our Batik. Basically, wherever you draw with the wax stays white but it has to be hot enough to sink into the fabric. With ...