Daocheng Zhongzhou International Hotel
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... in the grounds and inspecting their living and eating facilities for the 45 minutes. I think that this was much more interesting. The other guests did not see these facilities as we left soon after. Looking at the kids they are very disciplined to do this for half of the day and then studies in the afternoon, non-stop. In this school there are 10,000 kids live in for 11 months of the year. We also ...
... 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.
... Zack hit the pool tonight. Time to wrap it up here, the net was extra slow tonight, so uploading the pics took a bit longer tonight. We have another free day tomorrow, so besides the park in the morn., not sure what we will be doing. We did find Chinese cartoons on the TV today, and Zayne enjoyed them. Few more days here in Zhengzhou, then off to Guangzhou to start the final leg of the journey. Til tomorrow, M, J, Z and ...
... because Zayne likes to eat with chopsticks, and also because he insisted on feeding me using the soup spoon.
After that, what i believe will become the SOP kicked in, which is to say back to the hotel for a bath, stroller ride up and down our 21st floor hallway, and me and Zack heading to the pool and hot tub for some relaxation. Tomorrow is a "free day", so not sure what we will get into. -- M, J, Z, & z
... 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 ...