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We've been back from our trip in the wilderness 10 days and finally won our death match with the Chinese Embassy in Mongolia. Took several visits and many emails to hostels in Beijing to get something that looked like an Invitation to the country (actually turned-out to be only a confirmation of our visit to Beijing) - no-one wants to give an …
Obviously I jumped at the chance to spend six months working in Mongolia. That kind of opportunity just doesn't come round every day.
I'll be honest: I knew next to nothing about the country, other than its rough location. North-east Asia isn't even a place I had ever been particularly drawn to.
With less than two weeks between …
... day whilst we were eating our mutton and pasta soup for our lunch. We drove into seemingly just another patch of green countryside to find in the distance an outstanding piece of artwork, a very old sacred statue of a willy. Erected (no pun intended) over 300 years ago by an old monk as a warning to the younger monks. There used to be a nunnery near by and some of the younger monks had been fornicating with the local nuns. Tut tut. The penis was put there to act as a ...
... He laughed. The ceremony finished after 6. I went and said goodbye to the head master and some of the other teachers, but Soyoloo and Khongoroo had already left. I had already arranged to visit Khongoroo's dance class on Saturday morning but was sad I didn't get to say goodbye to Soyoloo. She messaged me to say she was upset that she didn't get to say goodbye. I let her know that I'll be at the school at 11.30am the next day. Because I didn't get home until quite late, ...
... as possible in the time allowed. My conclusion is, of necessity, short and concise:- There is not a great deal of difference between them and you are probably best off with either the yummy Moskovskaya/Stolly or with the bison grass; of which the Polish Zabrowska might be the smoothest. I feel better off for having undertaken this work and hope that you find my findings helpful to you.
The Trans-Siberian, during the thousands of miles of its course, crosses ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Blue Sky Tower Ulan Bator
The hotel is clearly very new, and already a pretty iconic building in UB. It's well presented and I wouldn't be at all suprised if Hilton take it over in the next 5-10 years. The advertised swimming pool is not yet open, but there is a small gym and a nice lounge bar at the top with great views over the city (the bar is frequented by old western men and young mongolian girls if you know what I mean - pretty interesting to watch). The staff are nice but sometimes there is a bit of a language miscommunication - this will certainly improve with time. Not a bad place to stay at all.
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