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... all the Mongolian Academy of Science Institutes were told that they needed to turn in their annual reports in two weeks, by the end of November. Everyone has been scrambling. And then today, the power goes out. So here these researchers are, frantically trying to put together their reports they thought they had another month to do but have to turn in next week, and the freaking power goes out. I would tell the damn Ministers that I'd love ...
... couple of days. But, hey, yeah! Boxing class! Sure!
This was another invitation by Odko. She has really been an over the top hostess, making sure I have lots of activities to keep me occupied. Basically she's allowed me to have a glimpse into real Mongolian city life and I know I would not have had half the opportunities to see/do things if she wasn't around. I am definitely going to have to get her something special to say ...
... to my Google Drive because the bandwidth is so limited. I'm not at someone's house. This is the one, single government backed institute for research. I write these things not to be disrespectful but to hopefully illustrate just how grateful we should be---whether it's at your office or laboratory (think about that the next time you're whining about not having the correct size nitrile gloves in your favorite color).
Lastly, chill out. I got ...
... and we really felt we were seeing the old Siberia. The old church there is also wooden, although it has been painted rather than left in the stained timber it used to be. Lake Baikal is famed for its local fish, omul, a great delicacy, with racks and racks of the smoked variety in the markets, but we tried it grilled in a restaurant and it was one of the tastiest fish I've ever eaten. Back in Irtutsk for the afternoon, we wandered around the ...
... capital of Mongolia, which was built in 1235. At the time, the 400mx400m walled city, housed and protected everyone. Today, you can still visit the historical site, where you can see the ancient relics of the time and visit the Erdene-Zuu monastery which was built on the ruins of the ancient capital in 1535.
After Central Mongolia, we headed back to Ulanbataar for Naadam & Apeksha’s Birthday! Read more ...