Chinggis Khaan Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Airport Transportation
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So we made it! The rally is complete! The car is a bit worse for wear, we are looking a bit worse for wear, but happy.
We left Almaty 2 weeks ago and that was the last time I had a hot shower. The roads were terrible, including the road out of Almaty which was flooded and so congested it took us over an hour to travel a few miles. We …
... and told us that the train will arrive in UB at around 6 in tyhe morning. so she invited us to her house when we got to the station for tea, breakfast, and to sleep if we wanted too. which we accepted her invite, all but the sleeping! seven thirtty that morning, jayne and i are sitting in a flat on the 8th floor off the main street in UB, drinking tea and eating mongolian stew, which was very tasty! we charged our phones (the pplugs on the ...
... its way through the hillsides it made for the most spectacular train scenery yet, the train itself is Chinese run and not a patch on the Russian trains in terms of cleanliness and organisation but still comfortable ( the young couple had braved third class " hard sleeper" from Moscow to Irkutsk and sounds like they suffered a bit and were glad to be in a more comfortable carriage) All was well until we reached a station about 6 hours from Irkutsk as there was a bit of a commotion as ...
... imagine the anger or disappointment on Louise's face when she discovered that on the 1st day of the month in Mongolia, alcohol is prohibited.
We shared a taxi the next day to the station provided for by the hostel, though this didn't stop the driver trying to extort some money from us.
As we passed back through the endless Gobi that I had already spent quite enough time, I wandered around the cabins chatting to the French couple and a few others as my cabin mates ...
... You don't realise how big the city is, and yet how small it is. We head back to the hotel so we can have a good sleep. Mongolia is a little dangerous on your own. You need to stay in groups. Being white, we stand out. They think we have money and expensive belongings. The younger generation will do anything to take your stuff. Pick pockets are a big problem. They can get into zipped up pockets on pants. So please take ...