Chinggis Khaan Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- 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 …
... a large part of the journey. It was pretty spectacular and gave us a better idea of how enormous the lake is.
Then we had the ordeal of getting through the border. The whole thing took about 4 hours. Firstly we had Russians come on board and check and stamp our passports. It was all a bit intimidating as lots of uniformed Russians boarded the train and walked up and down the corridors looking in at you every time they went ...
... has many places and buildings named after him, fair enough really as he did conquer over half of the known world and made Mongolia the biggest empire in the world. Also in the square were bicycles to hire (not sure I would want to cycle on any of the roads as Mongolian driving seems to have no rules apart from drive and honk your horn), and electric toy cars that children could ride around the square on - we were all very jealous, would have been great fun to race around the ...
... River. The lake is a surprise, since it seems to sit in the middle of a virtual desert. During the day, we saw several different kinds of birds, and the driver had a fantastic pair of binoculars which made identifying them possible for the first time. My favorite was the flock of Demeiselle Cranes. They are tall and majestic, with black, whit and grey feathers. The black ones are long and droop downwards from their chest and ...
... Our guide, Yanja, whilst very caring didn't really know much. When asked simple questions such as 'what are we doing tomorrow?', the response was 'we go somewhere'. Or 'when was this monument built?', 'maybe 1650,1750, something like that'. So, all was going well for the first few days. We went horse riding in a beautiful tranquil valley (Orkhon valley), visited a 13th century large statue of a penis said to bring fertility for those that 'sit or stroke it', (Anya had ...