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... I should add that, in the cities, public bathrooms are easy to find and are free, so their availability is not in question. I'm thinking a stoop & scoop law could do wonders here...
On the note of the public bathrooms, people do not seem to have any aim in this country. Even the nicest, fanciest bathrooms are absolutely disgusting. Floors below the urinals are yellow and sticky and the toilets ...
... 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, ...
Today we went to visit the Shaolin temple, home of Kung Fu with our new guide Vaquesh (who Hannah can't seem to grasp his name so insists on calling him Chica, Kesha, Sheeki sheeks or my favourite...Vaquiche) In the gardens of the temple there are grounds where a number of schools practise Kung fu which we sat and watched for a while. We then took a hike up the mountain to Dharma cave where a monk spent 9 years meditating and Kung fu was created! We counted 1349 steep steps to the top ...
Today we left the farm after having breakfast (which was exactly the same as lunch and dinner at the farm but they added some boiled eggs! We are sick of cold green beans, pumpkin, egg and tomato and potato noodles which seem to be part of every meal at the minute!!) It was then a 6 hour bus ride to our next stop in Dengfeng! This is the poorest town we visit. After checking in we went to ...
Mark has now had four two-hour training sessions with the monks at the Shaolin Temple and was very anxious that we not be late. Today we took a hike up to the top of the mountain behind the temple to see the Buddha erected near the cave where the original monk meditated for nine years after arriving from India. There he created the form movements that have become Kung Fu. The climb was almost 1500 FT straight vertical ...
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