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... traveling from. Auckland to maybe National Park or Taihape. That's a total of 4-500km at a rough guess. Well in China 5 hours means 1200km traveling at almost 300km/h. High speed train travel allows you to get a lot of study done between cities. Is this one of the reasons Chinese are so good at ...
... meet a Shaolin Kung Fu Master. The students here range from 4-18 years old.
In the afternoon we visited the famous Shaolin Temple which is in the Songshan Mountain. It is the most reputable and longest standing temple in China and was the birthplace of Shaolin King Fu. In the temple we visited the main places and the Pagoda Forest. The Pagoda Forest is a cemetery for monks. They bury them in stupas ...
... the museum. Zayne kept pointing and and saying something in Chinese over and over, so we finally asked our guide Tina what it was that he was saying, and turns out it was "get a picture of that!". So we had to photo whatever he pointed at, then show him the picture on our phone, and he would nod and then be satisfied. We hung out there for about 2 hours, then bused it back to the Hilton.
Lunch was room service, with most of us going American style ...
... for the meals, he still puts it away. Julie and I are guessing maybe it is because he now gets to eat whenever, as opposed to a tight schedule. Vivian says this is typical, and not a problem. He hasn't had any issues. Julie did buy him his own set of kids chopsticks today, as the adult ones are a bit long for him.
Julie gave him another bath today, which he really likes, and then I put him to bed while ...
... on the noodle place nearby. The food was fairly decent, but more traditional Chinese. For example, the "kids" meal (which we didn't order, but our friends did) consisted of two chicken wings, just like you would get at Buffalo Wild Wings, spinach and a breaded prawn. We opted for dumplings and pork with rice. The dumplings were a hit (except for a few bites with noticeable veggies), but the rice dish ended up all over the ...