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Post by jediwarrior on Sun Jan 27, 2008 12:46 am

If you could train and learn yous style or any style where would you like to go and learn?. Me personally would love to go to china and train kung fu with the sholin monks in the monisrty. Train how they do and live as they do and laso learn the way they do even to the basics. Now the way they train you know it after they say and you learn the real meaning of training and how you should train.

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Post by matt.k.f.s on Sun Jan 27, 2008 3:16 pm

for me mate
thailand , for my thai ( obviously lol)

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Post by Merlyn on Mon Jan 28, 2008 2:22 am

Some of my students are interested in a trip to Japan this year

To be honest I am worried about being let down when I get there...kinda putting me off the trip.

I am loath to spend money I can;t afford for something less than monumentous LOL.

Perhaps I am expecting to much :-)
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Post by Prof. Akers on Tue Jan 29, 2008 11:42 pm

To anyone thinking of going to train abroad bet a copy of Angry White Pyjamas - Ok it's about aikido but it sums up what to expect in a foreign land.
If you ever do plan the trip remember - they are taking your dreams only because you are playing them hard cash!
Like most other things in life I've made a mistake here too, they aren't training you because they love you, think you could be great, can push the boundries of their art to new vistas - cold hard cash only - no pay, no play.
If you just want to learn a bit and be punished from dawn til dusk pay me and come up to Cumbria.
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