Steppe Nomads Tourist Camp
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 10 but the hours whizzed by with the joy of wifi, if not a little infuriating as it was so slow. Joined by fellow travellers to whom we seem to have been following round the desert there was a communal feel. Bags scanned, extra weight bills paid (very annoying) and tickets in hand it came to the farewell photos, email exchanges and hugs. Please admire the A-Team/Dino selfie. Kim, Mir and Bayara were brilliant, as I said on my feedback form it was like travelling with ...
... the local scruffy magpies were our companions as well as the buzzing flies feasting on the fresh cow poo pats. Home, we cherished the feeling of removing our walking boots, socks and splashing our selves with cold water- heaven after the extremely hot two hour walk. Dodging the midday sun we caught up on reading and diary writing- then like clockwork into the restaurant for another 4 course meal! Spaghetti bolognese, egg with tuna and more ...
... area that we'd stayed in on the last night, but looked like they may have had more facilities than the one we were at, however, we were glad that we'd stayed there, as it seemed to be more authentic and less touristy, even if it did only have a drop toilet and no shower!
Being an Asian girl, we thought she'd be quite a timid driver, and although she drove reasonably slowly the whole way, she wasn't adverse to overtaking, which ...
... world right Si). I don't know how but she ends up waiting for me to change and we both go out together in search for a money exchange place because she only has dollars and I have no cash on me at all. We end up going to the Naiman sharga center; getting slightly lost along the way and nearly getting run over a few times. Mongolian drivers are crazy, it doesn't matter if it's green or not they have the right of way! ...
... this meant that the water whether it be direct from the spring, poured from the tap or came from the shower it was nice and hot and due to the sulphur smelt of rotten eggs. But, we didn't care - any smell other than mutton was a nice change, and after our mutton and pasta for tea we all went in the hot tub for a 6 hour hot tub party drinking the beer from the bar which was being sold for an extortionate £1.
The last stop of our trip was back to the Semi-Gobi, ...