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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... donuts and butter. We laughed as Batra piled butter high on his donut, we laughed harder when he repeated this action with his cheese. The butter is delicious, and I’m sure it would add to the flavourless cheese, but none of us gave it a try. It was 3pm when we arrived at Khangai Resort ger camp at the Tsenkher hot springs. The most luxurious accommodation of the trip. We were all giddy with delight when we walked into the ger and saw three real beds with real mattresses ...
... not carrying a bloody recurve bow into Russia. Playing along I asked the assistant if they did ship items and she said yes! I said "mail to Australia?" "Yes" - you little beauty! So we (I) bought a recurve bow!! Simone did get to have the last laugh though, as it turns out "Yes" is what you say as a sales assistant when you don't understand the language!! We eventually found a guide who spoke English and confirmed that there was no way the store would or could mail the item for ...
... her toll and demanded papers to let Skippy and Tilly through.
She wouldn’t recognise our carnet, and eventually asked for 197,000 togrogs ($100US) for each car, for permission to go through.
It was a bit of a stand off with the 4 of us in her office, and we weren’t in a hurry. We hung around while she made several phone calls, and after someone (who spoke English to us with the phone on speaker, said; “She should not do this ...
... there, leaving boulders in precarious places. We stopped for lunch at a tourist ger camp. Lunch was huge and muttony. Mutton is quite a large part of the Mongolian diet. Susie didn't get on quite so well with it as I did, but I don't think i could eat all that much all the time. After lunch we went to a turtle looking rock, then a Buddhist meditation centre and looked around. If I was a Buddhist monk, I think I'd like to meditate there. At some point we ...
Minus 9C as we leave the Park Hotel at 6:30am for the railway station, the final departure on this Trans Mongolian journey. Our Chinese train (number 24) was the best we've had: the first class compartment included two bunk beds, an armchair, table and ensuite consisting of toilet, washbasin and shower, shared with just the adjoining compartment. All appeared clean and well-maintained. The first stop after 3.5 hours ...