- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
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... then tunnels span 150-200ft out, the coal is dug by hand and put into steel bins, up top there's a bloke sat next to the winch with a bell on a post, when the bell rings he fires the electric motor up which powers a gearbox/ winch that pulls the bin to surface, which in turn is unloaded/ tipped over over onto a metal sheet and shovelled into these pick ups, as the bin arrived I couldn't stand by and watch them struggle so lent and hand tipping the bin over much to their amusement! ...
... s nearly 3 million population (I don't think I've ever been to a country where they are so keen on increasing the population, they reckon the 3 millionth baby will be born in the next few months and when he / she is they will get 3 million tughrik - Mongolian currency, an apartment for the family and every child born the same day will also get 3 million tughrik). It's a rather grey, soviet style city however hidden amongst the grey buildings are beautiful Buddhist ...
We were far better prepared for our two night one day train journey from Irkutsk to Ulan Bator, fresh fruit, veggies, bread, proper cheese and of course Tabasco. Our meal times where good times, not a packet noodle in sight. After leaving Irkutsk the train went around the south side of the lake, sadly it was night time so we didn't see much except when we turned off all the lights and peered out of the window, then we could just ...
... I had a near temper tantrum when she was going to cook a whole bunch of meat in our ger tonight (I can only imagine how the smells would get absorbed by these fabric ceilings and walls, to say nothing of my down sleeping bag). Quite frankly, I can hardly stand the looks of all the meat she bought to cook for our driver. She's just going to have to find a different place to cook that stuff. One more way in which Mongolia and I are not a perfect ...
... somehow relates to the nomadic way of life in Mongolia but I'm not sure how! Our hostel for the evening was adequate, although the showers (despite looking like magnificent with about seven different nozzles at different heights) only produced cold water directly onto my shins and so a now mildly becalmed Adam still went to bed in not the most satisfied of moods. The following day saw us venture out of the city in search of a more positive Mongolian experience with our own ...