Weilai Yiju Hotel Dengfeng Shaolin
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We were informed late last night that our plans for today had changed - instead of attending classes, we would be attending a convocation ceremony involving some of the students graduating from the Senior Campus of LIHS in downtown Luoyang. The ceremony was the same as that of any other graduation ceremony back home. One touching difference was a tradition where graduating student formally acknowledged and thanked their teachers for e everything they' e done to help ...
Although our hotel in Zhenzhoug is meant to be 4 star the warning bells should have gone off when we noticed that none of the chairs matched in the dinning room at breakfast. The place was packed at 6.30, and even if you found a place to sit, getting a clean table was difficult as no-one appeared to be clearing tables.
Here on the central plain of China the road rules appear to be more relaxed then in Beijing. Our first stop was the ...
... 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 ...
... simply go. I have only seen this happening in public outdoor places, but I've heard stories of this happening on parents laps, on trains, and in waiting rooms. So, you're thinking that this is gross, but they're only kids so it's OK, right? About that...
Adults do it too. (Luckily without the slit in their pants) Squatters or at least their left behind **** babies are a common site in the places we ...
... you're stuck right in the middle of it.
Before grinding to a halt trying to cross Zhengzhou on a bus, we left Beijing via a bullet train that got us to our destination in a matter of three and a half hours by averaging speeds of about 290 km/h. Being one of the main train hubs in China, the train station in Zhengzhou is massive, probably able to handle volumes of hundreds of thousands of passengers. When we arrived, ...
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