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Day 8: Drowsy from lack of sleep I silently and skilfully got changed in the dark on the top bunk. I was JUST putting on my knickers when the train steward opened the door, looked in to tell us to wake up and probably gave himself nightmares for years to come. We were with the Finnish tour group today which was GREAT as it required no thinking and …
... around UB. To our joy and surprise it was ‘no car day’ in the city. All of the main streets were car free the entire day. It made wandering town so much more enjoyable. We made our way to the Gandan Khiid monastery and temple where they train Buddhist children to become monks. It was a beautiful compound with many smaller monasteries within. We even got the privilege of listening to a group of small boys learning their ...
... are imported from Japan. Probably 50% of the cars here are right hand drive, in a country that drives on the right. That's not clever! Especially when overtaking on the bumpy single carriageways out of the city. Anyway, we had some food by Suhbaatar Square, then headed back to the hotel via a German/Mongolian pub called the Brauhaus. They brew their own stuff and it's really nice! When we got back to the hotel we Skyped home, then went to bed. On Monday ...
... in the summer when it hot outside apparently. After the palace we went to the Zaisan Memorial, a memorial to the soviet soldiers of World War II, on top of a hill in the south of the city, from where we had a pretty good view of dusty, smoky Ulaan Baator and it's surrounding hills, as the sun started to set. We finished the day with dinner and drinks in a very un-irish Irish pub, they didn't even serve Guinness! GORKHI-TERELJ NATIONAL PARK On the way to the national park ...