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... every night was booked in advance so it is surprising that it all went so well. China and Mongolia are places we will come back to, Siberia was great, did I mention Lake Baikel, and the train journey from Moscow to Beijing was great fun. Now it is back to reality via three flights and a UK train ride which won't be anywhere as good as those in China. It will take a few weeks to sort out the pictures then we can start dreaming of where to go next, perhaps somewhere with a nice cup of ...
... over 90%) of tourists have been Chinese. There seems a very wide income gap (probably disposable income gap as the basic cost of living is low) between the unskilled / semiskilled workers and the professional middle class. The middle classes are looking to spend their surplus money on their only child, cars, holidays and enjoying themselves and trips out are increasingly popular. To stay in the hotel we are in at the moment would cost someone on the ...
... taken just over 2800 so with a bit of happy snapping over the next four days we could reach 3000! In the old days of 35mm film you thought you had done well to use three rolls of 36 pictures. A short calculation tells me that it will take four hours to watch all the pictures, with a bit of luck it will deter any of our children coming home for a while. Interestingly though the two Canadians had a completely different take on Mongolia and Ulan Bator, they hated it. So if, following ...
... several big boulders along a small brook. Really a nice little hike.
We did it in flipflops though I recommend to take trainers if you want to avoid complaints of your wife about sore foot soles from the *********e for the whole day.
To take the hike turn left before the orchid valley, there are good visible signs. Dont forget the water, for a change there is not a single shop until the peak!