Lu Ming Villas
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... reached via another tree lined avenue, this time a one way street. Although the street had two lanes most cars seamed to be following the white dashed line down the the middle. This was because down each side of the road were bikes and motorcycles sometimes three abreast. Those on the right were traveling with the flow of traffic, but those on the left were competing down the street against the flow of traffic.
After the museum ...
... his wife. We had a little rest and then at about 4pm went to see a display and have a Kung fu lesson from the kids at the orphanage. The things they do are so amazing! They are so fit and train so hard. All of the boys did lots of flips and were so flexible, they also showed lots of routines with and without weapons such as swords, spears and ropes. Some of them broke bricks with their punches and one threw a pin through a sheet of ...
... them with a bunch of pictures. First there was the kung fu show where monks demonstrated various animal based styles and feats of bad assness such as laying face down on the tip of a single upright spear. Then there was a day of hiking the Song Shan mountain. Well, Chinese style hiking anyway.
At some point someone decided that the 1492 meter ascent should be done via stairs and that is what ...
... right of way regardless of the situation and act as if.
The big difference between what I've seen in other places though and what was happening before me in the streets of Zhengzhou was the sheer scale of it all. Pretty much every road in the city is 4 lanes wide (very wide lanes) and each lane is clearly marked with appropriate lane dividing lines. That would be two lanes per direction divided by a broken line and a ...
... Liam was a natural at this and conquered the task quickly. Steph on the other hand just got a big bruise on her palm - she gets points for effort and the perfect "horse stance" though. The following day we headed to the Shaolin temple which is where Chinese Kung fu originates from. Here we climbed a mountain of stairs to visit the cave where a Buddhist monk who brought Kung fu from India stayed for 9 years in deep meditation. Shaolin and learning Kung fu definitely gets a thumbs ...
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