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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator
... to come floating by any minute, but almost always there are a bunch of kids riding the wee RC cars.
Wandering willy-nilly through the city, we took in its special city planning and architecture. Contrary to other megacities in slightly poorer countries, UB doesn't have a city centre of posh new, well-kept buildings, neighboured by a picturesque Olde Town with narrow alleyways and historical ...
... summer and though you must always have a warm jacket with you in case the weather suddenly turns, there have been many days of late where I have been able to walk the dogs in a tee shirt and jeans. We’ve had days in the 20’s, even up to or approaching 30C. This would have been unheard of just a month or 6 weeks ago. In addition everything is beautiful and green and the countryside abounds with wild flowers of all colours. It won’t last but right now it is ...
... I would recommend a stint in a third world country to anyone as a way of gaining perspective and of seeing yourself and your own world in a different light. I will try to describe some of those lessons and what I’ve learned in a flowing blog but for now the bigger news…
It seems that we may not be in Mongolia much longer. The wind farm project will be complete in just a few more weeks and Leighton have asked ...
... on tour with us for the next week. We were relieved to find that he had studied in London and had excellent English as well as a lovely personality. We knew we were in good hands
In the evening we went to the Mongolian Cultural Song and Dance Company production in the nearby theatre. We were blown away with the quality of the performance, including beautiful strings, flute, cow-horn and zither like ...
... This is the part I’m not quite sure about, but, I THINK the horses may have run away… So, for whatever reason, the couple were forced to return to UB. They are, however, taking it all in their stride. Plan B is already underway – they have now hired horses, and a guide, and they’re going out on a ten day trek, leaving tomorrow. In another ger there are Manu and Mathieu, who came to Mongolia on the Trans-Siberian via Russia, and have very kindly given ...
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