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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator
... I saw that I liked the look of, which ended up being more noodles! The portions were huge, but the food was tasty and cheap - two courses for Kim and I with drinks came to 20,000 tugriks (about £8). After lunch, we went searching for ATMs, which seemed to be unnecessarily difficult, but we got there in the end. A quick stop to get Ben some warm clothes for our tour and the four of us jumped on a bus to the black market, which was an experience in ...
... br> our room but said the big front door is open so we shouldn't worry
about that, and that his mum would come with bedding later; great!
With that in mind, and after a short nap, we went to wonder the
city. Apart from the dust and the crazy amount of beeping traffic and
nearly dieing every time we crossed the road, we really liked it. The
people seemed happier and much more friendly then in Russia, with
kids around all the time (not sure how their ...
... on Peace Avenue that take you to and from Dragon Bus Station and we took one...the bus stop was bustling with locals..there are no standard public buses...i guess, these are run privately based on some license granted by the authority..but you can get your tickets from the ticket counter at the Dragon...make sure to carry your passports!
On the way back, we decided to visit Gandan Monastery, which is off the main street...a road runs sloping upwards ...
Our day of sightseeing in UB took us to the Gandan Monastery, home to the tallest Buddha statue in the country, the Boed Khan Winter Palace museum which houses all sorts of artefacts belonging to the last king and queen of Mongolia, and last but not least, to Zaisan Memorial Hill to see the monument to Russian-Mongolian cooperation in WW II. Throughout our tour, the biggest things that struck us was the comets lack of planing or building laws - ...
... snacks and instant noodles. No stalls.
6740km 37m Saynshand One shop and two women selling sandwiches. A heavy downpour cut the time outside the train short
6962km 85m Dzamyn Ude Mongolian border checks. No geting out.
6972km 237m Erlian Chinese border checks. Bogie changing, w e went to sleep
7131km 2m Zurihe. Slept
7305km 9m Jining. Too short to get out
7430km 12m Datong didn't get out, had no Yuan
7600km 10m Zhangjiakou. No Yuan to buy anything