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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator
... to see what was happening. In the end, we decided to use a dried river bed as a road and hoped that would lead somewhere; down the mountain at least.
It was pretty tough on the cars and every town we went to almost every car had to visit the mechanic. We also saw a lot of cars break beyond repair and their team members jump in with others or getting the "bus" to the finish line. We lost both our bumpers and one of our rear shocks went, but other than that, ...
... a time as we swayed over a gorge. Once we made it to the other side, we were greeted by a beautiful temple with a Chinese style sloped roof. It is so quiet and peaceful in the temple, as you would expect from a temple created for meditation. Sitting on top of the mountain among the clouds, you really felt a little closer to heaven. That is, until the temple custodian grabbed my arm to show me some particularly graphic depictions of hell involving a man and a ...
... a 220V format. When it didn't fry the German's appliance I considered it safe to use.
As useless our Provodniks were in the cleaning sector as popular they must have been socially. 3 others had joined them in 1st class to chat and drink at 3am. They probably celebrated the replacement fridge from Erlian that hat turned up in the bogie change arena. Maybe the next day would bring a better service experience...
Nah. We got vouchers for breakfast and lunch in the Chinese ...
... start with an opening ceremony which Nasaa managed to scalp tickets for, however I suspect that that these tickets had been sold a multiple times as the stadium was over flowing.The ceremony was chaos, with people overflowing into the center while people and including the army were walking round mixing up with the crowd. After the opening ceremony the events started, wrestling in the stadium with the guys dressed up in an ...
... 50% of the health workers in local hospitals and enormously high rates of liver cancer, stroke and heart disease), mental illness and pollution. A male Mongolian has a life expectancy of 63 and a woman 72. Although there are now less street kids living underground in the city since the outside world became aware of their fate, these underground systems still house numerous alcoholic men who have nowhere to go and no one interested in their welfare. Children are still ...
Other places to stay in Ulan Bator
PO Box 46A-314, Ulan Bator | Hotelfrom $12
Byangol district, 1st microdistrict. Building 22, Ulan Bator | Hotelfrom $12
Bayangol District, 3rd khoroo, Teeverchdiin St, House-7, Ulan Bator | Hotelfrom $16
Tserendorj street Building 63 Apt 10-12, Ulan Bator | Hotelfrom $30
Gandan Ger District Gandan tuul 2-22, Ulan Bator | Hotelfrom $12