Ramada Ulaanbaatar Citycenter
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Ulan Bator, literally "Red Hero", is the capital and by far the largest city of Mongolia with a population of over 1 million. Located in north central Mongolia, the city lies at an elevation of about 1,310 metres (4,300 ft) in a valley on the Tuul River. It is the cultural, industrial, and financial heart of the country. It is the …
Tejel National Park
This morning we started with a visit to the Gandan Monastery which is the largest monument in Mongolia and one of the few monasteries to survive communist rule.
Following this we had a short visit to an open air railway museum (not a patch on York) and continued our 9- minute journey into the Mongolian …
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The next day was Genghis Khan's 850th birthday, so again it seemed that most places were closed. Unfortunate for us, as we had been planning to check out the black market. There was a celebration/parade in the main square, so we headed down to that. We didn't really understand most of what was going on, but it was pretty cool to see the army and police processions. The people of Mongolia seem to absolutely love the army. When they were ...
... and no one has put up and fences or markings to prevent people from falling in. At first we joked about it, if it was a measure to get rid of all the drunk people, who surely would fall into it. But as it turned out, they are just putting some cables below the ground, but take the work very slowly. This is just another fact of how dangerous life for a pedestrian in UB is. Other proof points of this risk are: open sewage channels in the middle of the side-walks, cables ...
... there was no sight of a hard riding hat- only my woolly one which provided protection from the wind but little else. After a dunking in the river at the end, I was glad to return to the Ger where Russ had been stoking the fire and it was, for the first time since we arrived, warm and cosy in there, next a spot of lunch. When we weren't horse riding or being shown how to cook some traditional fare, we relaxed in the Ger after realising that we needed to shove half a forest in ...
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