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... their roles in the family.
When we gave a donation to the temple, a priest did a blessing chant for each of us, saying our names and pouring (oil I think?) into a container- wishing us good luck and happy life. Very cool!
After our visit to the temple, we continued our walk through chinatown. Sean bought us some chinese medicinal tea to try- it was not really our cup of tea, perhaps an acquired taste :) Because it take at least 6 hours ...
... 19:00 (opening hours may vary, so please check with the temple keeper)
Location: Right across the street from Popular Bookstore, and just opposite Sri Mahamariamman Temple.
Address: Along Jalan Tun H. S. Lee
2) Royal Malaysian Police Museum
As a mass communication student who often handles a camera for the time of shooting, I deeply urge you to visit Royal Malaysian Police ...
... at a VW polo and drove and SURVIVED! The driving is pretty manic so I am pretty proud of myself! Cars are very expensive here so it’s going to be tedious working out the best option but I really want to get it sorted soon. Once cars are sorted I hope to spend a little time shopping for some home items, and then actually getting to explore. I want to get out and see the city a little!
Much love to all....will try to blog again soon. ...
... become one of the most bizarre sights I visited in SE asia. In a nutshell, the Batu caves are a series of natural caves which have been repurposed into religious/tourist spots. The more religious caves have very recent, almost cartoonish, decorations, which give them a somewhat gaudy feel. The first cave I went into had a couple of large statues out front, including one of Geetha Upadesha in a chariot (that's what the only plaque in English ...
... called Americano - brewed coffee on ice, no milk. If anyone ever watched WEEDS I'm sure that's what the bad mum always drank, so here's hoping for the same anorexic outcome.
I have decided not to purchase anything until I return to KL where I will swoop in and shop, so at this point I have already purchased 2 pairs of shoes more Sephora makeup than a drag queen and ...