Mega View Hotel
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... section. So, Paul Merryweather moves up to fourth spot in his Mercecdes 300SE, and Rob Garnsworthy’s yellow Mustang is now fifth. The unlikely Chevrolet Bel Air of John Rich, surely the biggest car in the event, is now running a surprising 7th place in the Classics division.
Mention should be made of the solo entry in the Touring Category. Having fun but not eligible for official ...
... Group meditation in the hall
7:00-8:15 pm Teacher's Discourse in the hall
8:15-9:00 pm Group meditation in the hall
9:00-9:30 pm Question time in the hall
9:30 pm Retire to your own room--Lights out
Try that for 10 days and see what happens. http://www.dhamma.org/
... experiencing new things but I love the familiarity of home and knowing that I belong and feel slightly uncomfortable about being so very far from home right now 10. I totally get Karl Pilkington but.. Loving the experience, I can just relate to the way he's described some of the bizarre practises just arrived at the hotel and it's gorgeous, looking out to the South China sea, decided to stay for 2 nights and then take the overnight bus saturday 8pm to Penang to explored the ...
... instead, saying goodbye to the jungle for now. It took an hour and a half to get to Jerentut and from there we needed to get another bus to Kuantan. The next one wasn’t until 14.30 so we went and sat in a nicely-cooled KFC where we caught up with our personal journals.
The three-hour journey to Kuantan meant that we missed the last bus ...
... physical level and to remain equanimous. Of course I had to remind myself not to get excited by my achievement which was easy because the next day I could hardly sit still at all.
Day five I was still anxious and fidgeting and wondering about the people around me until I could stay with the breath and get quiet again. Ironically today we learned about suffering, basically every living being suffers. Life starts with crying; birth is suffering. Again he spoke ...