Zhong Tian Hotel
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... chariots and horses. The horses were sacrificed and the tomb closed. Unbelievable that they only discovered this back in 2002 when they were excavating to build on this site. We had a couple of hours drive this morning to reach the next destination of a Kung Fu school where we watched the students train, even on a Sunday. They put on a show but we didn't want to see it so we had the option of watching ...
... quick. He speaks so much Chinese, that I feel language may be something that comes quick for him. We fly out tomorrow around lunchtime for Guangzhou, which is where we will do some paperwork and take our oath at the US consulate, get a physical for Zayne, and wrap up visa proceedings before we fly out next Friday. Basically just a travel day tomorrow, with not much else going on. We will be staying at the China Hotel, which I hear is 5-star like this one, so should be nice.
... 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 ...
... we first met him yesterday, this time to for a brief "Giving & Receiving Ceremony", and to initiate the passport process via the notarization of documents. It was back to the hotel for lunch, a short rest for Zayne, and about 45 minutes of 8-ball for Zackery and I. Afterward, we loaded a still sleepy Zayne back on the bus to go to the passport office, where he got is passport photo taken and passport application ...
... 10:00. There were three or four other families already in there, and about 3 or 4 kids had already arrived. The children's reactions were quite varied, ranging from pleasant and napping to looks of dazed confusion, to heart wrenching fits of crying. This is all happening in the same room, which is approx. 15 x 30. We didn't know what to expect. About 15 min. passed, and then we saw the contact from our orphanage ...