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... c’est enfin à notre tour, c’est l’échec total ! Un de nos papiers ne va pas, et surtout, Malo, belge de son état, ne peut obtenir son visa que le lundi suivant alors que je peux l’avoir en 2 jours (hé hé !). Le hic : nos visas mongols arrivent à expiration. Nous repartons un peu déprimées en essayant de trouver une solution à notre problème. C’est alors que l’idée nous est venue : si nous ne pouvons pas ...
... in China was quite an immediate change from the open space of Mongolia and we could see the bright lights and the tall buildings, we were welcomed by some serious looking officials stood on the platform whilst the Viennese Waltz blared out across the platform . The trains in Russia and Mongolia run on wider tracks than those in China and the rest of Europe, so upon our arrival at the border we had the usual passport checks and also had ...
... a good 4 days since my last one and almost 10 days since my last full change of clothes, to say I was in dire need of a good clean would be to state the obvious. It was nice to be back in civilization, but I still didn't feel the need to pig out on western food like Harrat, Joop and Tim did. For them I think the home comforts were a little more essential. I was still ...
... and fresh salad. Don't worry though we still reverted to our standard train dinner of pot noodles! Next stop was Naushki, the Russian Border town, where there is literally nothing! The scary looking border control got on board and collected our passports then our friendly train attendant came to our compartment and told us we could get off the train for 90 minutes, so with cameras and money in hand we set off to explore, ...
... up trying to get my head around it I went to sleep looking forward to Ulaanbaatar in the morning
Day 242: Tuesday 18th September 2012
I should probably clarify that UB (Ulaanbaatar) is actually a pretty big city, but when your in the middle of it it certainly doesn't feel that way. After dismissing the taxis as an overpriced, expensive luxury I walked into the city centre itself and almost immediately made the mistake ...
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