Grand Continental Kuantan
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... drawn out recorded voice to focus our thoughts on our breathing and clear our minds. This was then abruptly translated into harsh Mandarin which somewhat disturbed the peace. We were then left in silence for an hour to meditate.
I've never really meditated before, so this was new for me. If you've never tried it, it is surprisingly difficult to clear your mind. You know full well you're supposed to just pay attention to your breath, but while patiently waiting for the ...
... put it at #1 of things to do in Kuantan.....we walked around the bus station (which is the station for the intercity coaches) until we came across a local bus with a very very helpful lady who explained the best way to the beach area was via two local buses.....she was going as far as the town centre bus terminal and we hopped on the #303 also....on arriving in the local bus terminal she showed us the bus ...
Somehow our GPS took us down round the port area at Kuantan. Apparently, large deposits of bauxite were discovered near here recently so it was really busy. Everywhere was red dust and long trails of it all down the road and close to the town.
... by the Buddhist temple that there was never a presence of an Indian man in the caves.
Our next temple was the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple. As we drove in front of this temple, we noticed that it was under a major renovation was doubtful if the temple was open for prayers. We saw a few men standing at the entrance and asked if the temple is open and they said yes.
We walked in the temple and noticed that the new section of the temple is ...
... and then after lunch we head off on a small boat cruise with the French couple. We start out across the lakes and then travel up a small tributary. Then we see the most amazing thing ever! Two hornbill birds, they are SO close! Massive birds and they are not scared of us so we watch them for a while. We then continue on ducking under the low branches, it's quite fun. Then we stop and the guide who doesn't speak ...