Zaya Guest House

Address: Tserendorj street Building 63 Apt 10-12, Ulan Bator, 976, Mongolia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Tserendorj street Building 63 Apt 10-12, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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    Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

    Blue skies, open spaces & bumpy roads

    A travel blog entry by ebroadfield on Jul 28, 2015

    6 photos

    ... are similar in consistency to slightly dry profiteroles. They also had three types of butter/cream and some lovely jams/syrups. So it was almost on a par with a Cornish cream tea, but Kazakh style. They also drink a lot of tea, which is very milky with a bit of salt. The added salt is not actually noticeable. The Kazacks also then add some buttery cream to their tea. Between high tea and dinner we visited a local, famous Eagle trainer. ...

    Central Mongolia - The Road Trip Ends

    A travel blog entry by sfenwick on Jul 01, 2015

    4 comments, 9 photos

    ... and the sound of rain pattering on the roof. Our first real rainy day caused us to move a little slower and enjoy three cups of ‘coffee’. By 1100 when the rain had not ceased we decided to bundle up and start our adventure anyways. We stepped out of the ger and looked across the valley to choose a mountain to climb. With a quick decision to climb the one that would give us the best view we started off. We walked through fields of herd animals, a dried up lava bed ...

    Sleeping in the Gobi Desert

    A travel blog entry by jennykelly on May 12, 2015

    2 comments, 41 photos

    ... we gave him $20US for his time and effort. It’s so much easier having someone who can speak the language, speak for us in various offices and shops. It saves a lot of miming and confused looks.

    While I was at the phone counter with Barbara and Tomasi, Neville said, “Quick, give me your camera Jenny, I'll take some pictures of the trains loading for you”

    Neville was gone for a little while and when he came back, and ...

    A pleasant surprise

    A travel blog entry by lorna.liddell on May 03, 2015

    9 photos

    ... occasionally saw herds of camels, horses, cattle and flocks of sheep, gers could be seen. The villages were a cluster of gers with dirt roads.
    Arrived at 14:20, met by Zulaa ( our Mongolian guide ), checked into the a Ramada and headed out on a city tour followed by a one hour Folklore Concert. We enjoyed the concert especially the Throat singing - sounds odd but the performers were absolutely amazing.had a Mongolian barbecue for dinner.
    On Monday we toured the Gandan ...

    Mind the steppe.....

    A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Mar 08, 2015

    2 comments, 109 photos

    ... labour intensive stuff, these boys certainly earn their money. So after another day getting organised and managing to negotiate a Mongolian bank to get all my different currencies into Chinese Yuan, it was time to start thinking of another 28 hours on the train as its next stop Beijing....I'm not sure what to expect with China to be honest, so many conflicting opinions on food, language and again the rate of expansion I guess it'll be a case of making my own mind up, I'll find out soon ...