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... who we met on the train from Novosibrisk to Irkursk are also on the train and track us down. We have a corridor conversation and exchange tales of our experiences since we last saw them. They love the photo of Dax with Ghengis. Despite the language barrier we manage with my broken German and their English to have a good giggle about our Russian and Mongolian experiences. Before the border crossing, I go to use up our ...
... traffic is insane. Buju told us that of the 2.8M people who live in Mongolia, 1.2M live in Ulaanbaatar. I have to guess that they all have cars too. The traffic is like nothing you have ever seen. We saw an ambulance with lights and siren on that was just sitting in traffic because there was literally no space for anyone to move over to get out of the way. Craziness! After our harrowing ride, we finally got to the hotel to relax and get ready for the next ...
... as lunch became ever later. Ger visitors: horse, rain, mud, small Mongolian boy. The boy opened the doors to our ger with such a flourish but then looked slightly terrified when he realised he had swung open the wrong ger, closed the doors and ran away. Mongolia photoset: http://www.flickr.com/photos/76649204@N ...
... a bit improvised but it was raining so we made he best of it. By the end of the day we had seen the retrieved dinosaur, heard a lot about Bogd the 8th, had seen statues of Buddhas and non-Buddhas in all levels of advancements, had visited a Buddhist Tempel and a ceremony, had eaten fried mutton dumplings and fermented milk worms, climbed a hill to look over town and been to a cultural music and dance session. All before checking into our ...
... checked into our guesthouse, which was confusing and frustrating due to the language barrier. but we got a beer and some food so it's all better now. Tomorrow we get picked up at 9:00 AM to go on an overnight excursion. We're going to get to sleep in a ger, very exciting.
Oh, one more thing. I didn't think the bathrooms in Russia could get any worse, but the ones in Mongolia are horrendous. I'm pretty sure that's what I'm going to be getting in the ...
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