Temuujun's Guesthouse

Address: Central Post Office, P.O.Box: #405, Ulan Bator, 13, Mongolia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Central Post Office, P.O.Box: #405, Ulan Bator, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

Love for the Land of Endless Blue Sky

A travel blog entry by landjwanderlust on Aug 05, 2015

62 photos

... Landon - the Mongolian American who wanted to tell anyone who would listen about how his parents bought their cars from America back to Mongolia on a flight and how they had two washing machines! He also told us quite matter-of-factly that his name in Mongolian translated to handsome. He was so cute and more than happy to pose for a pic.

Then there were our home stay experiences with nomadic families. This was where we (and by we I mean Lauren) drew with the ...

Wet day

A travel blog entry by roundthecorner on Jul 18, 2015

... I had already ordered by the time he got there, so I explained to him what I was doing and asked if he wanted to eat, he original said no until he saw my food.
The weather started to clear up and with Bernard in front we was making good progress, we also passed two set of travellers on push bikes. Then I could see two push bike and two motor bikes outside a café so I just did a u turn to say hello ...

Wow, it's Mongolia!

A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on Jun 19, 2015

3 comments, 25 photos

... the (admittedly slow moving) traffic and assuming it will stop.
4) There are lots of noodles for sale in the shops, and we've bought a packet of 'glass noodles' (made from sweet potato, for those of you not familiar with Pho 68 in Sheffield)
5) Cheese is really expensive, and barely available in some shops. We bought around 500g and it cost £2.50. To compare, a 70km bus ride cost us 80p each.
6) The pavements are really good. In contrast to the roads ...

Looking Around Ulaan Baatar

A travel blog entry by redtilly on May 21, 2015

26 photos

... has been sunny but cold.

On Tuesday we caught a bus into the centre of UB. They drive their buses the same as they do their cars - changing lanes often, sudden stops and about six buses at once tooting and fighting for space at the bus stops. You certainly need to be hanging on.

We visited Sukhbaatar Square, named for the man who declared Mongolia's final independence from ...

Mind the steppe.....

A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Mar 08, 2015

2 comments, 109 photos

Well before I made my way down across the Mongolian steppe, Russia had a little more excitement, I trudged from my hostel in Irkutsk to and boarded my train to Ulan Bator I found I was sharing a cabin with a young German couple on an extended world trip of their own who both spoke embarrassing good English and put what little German I remembered from school to shame! So we rolled out of the station and the train took a pretty spectacular route down to the shores of Lake Baikal, ...