Hubby dropped us to the meeting point and I gasped when I saw three busses with a group of aunties in their 50s. Hahahah don't get me wrong I'm not trying to discriminate aunties but when my MIL invited me to join, I thought it will be a small coach with few of her friends.
It's okay I shall try to live the life of an auntie for a day. So there were 4 busses and approximately 150 people in the trip.
In a nutshell,
Wake up at 6 - boarded the bus at 7.15.
Stopped at a local confectionery in Muar.
And shop like an auntie.
Then off to San Chai Ye Temple for their annual praying event.
A group of men will then carry the big golden incense holder pot from inside of the temple via the pathway that you see in the picture and then place it in the centre of the crowd.
Then you will be asked to face the West and pray with the joss sticks 3 times.
Then to another beautiful temple to pray pray.
Then to bird nest factory.
It's amazing to see how happy and cheerful they are. Unlike us the youngsters kept frowning and sighing complaining about our life.
Okay lucky draw now! Bai bai hopefully I get at least a prize home after a long day.
Everyone is having a great time here except for me, waiting anxiously to be home to be with my love. Haih. Think I will be home at 11 pm! JB-Muar-Yong Peng-Kota Tinggi I've toured the entire Johor. T.T
What I learnt today, when you have about 20 people queuing for the toilet, storm the men's toilet, doesn't matter if they are standing there pee-ing, just treat them invisible! But I couldn't do it lol I ended up queueing.