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Kuckshuizan Building, Bayangol district, Ulan Bator, 976, Mongolia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kuckshuizan Building, Bayangol district, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

A day of Russian/Mongolian border crossings

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 28, 2014

74 photos

... travellers on the platform, adding a little to our growing level of concern.

Panic set in, when, just as we'd almost reached the end of the train, we saw our 2 carriages and engine take off – without us!! We ran after it, waving to the guard at the back, calling out for him to stop it. He waved back, but didn't stop the train. We were in shock. Having seen the little town that we were at, we didn't really fancy having to stay the night there. And ...

A trip around the country

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jun 02, 2014

21 photos

... it was actually quite tasty. Either that or we were just starving.

All in all, the first night in a ger was fun. Listening to the sound of wild horses running past the camp, the sheep, goats and cows milling around the fields outside, and looking up at the clear sky which held 1000's of shining stars above us is something that you don't experience very often.

It was on the drive to and from the park that we also learned a great deal about driving ...

All Aboard the Trans-Siberian

A travel blog entry by claireanddave on May 25, 2014

1 comment, 16 photos

... and disappointed passengers. But occasionally you got lucky. A few stations had street hawkers in the form of Russian housewives who provided all manner of home-baked food from smoked fish, to mince meat pasties, to roasted chicken legs, to caramel wafer things, to Russian meatballs, to just a simple apple. They didn't charge extortionate prices either, with everything being at local prices. It was a fun exchange as you bought enough food to feed the entire train for less money ...

Adventure week: Part two (Soviet surgery)

A travel blog entry by adifference on May 17, 2014

2 comments, 11 photos

... and I to the SOS Medical Clinic, an international clinic where they speak English. We had no appointment and so expected to wait for a while but when I was only halfway through filling out the new patient forms I was then asked to go into the Doctor's office. I had been asked earlier if I wanted to see a Mongolian doctor, or an "expert" doctor. Certain that the travel insurance will pay for any medical services, I chose the more expensive "expert" doctor who turned out to ...

Pillows and cinnamon buns are the best

A travel blog entry by adifference on May 04, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

Jess says: The grade 2s are still my favourite class. One girl in particular with cute chubby cheeks, during the first class that I met them, was amazed by me and stared at me for most of the class. She even walked backwards to her desk so that she could keep an eye on me. Another student, a lovely young boy, gave me an Oreo cookie (the students are allowed to eat in class at any time in any of the grades). So yes, they are still my favourite! The grade 2 students are ...

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