Tay House Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... were some fascinating displays on Kazakh history, an exhibition hall on the cultures of the ex-Soviet nations and other neighbours, and our guides (for whom our appreciation was growing by the hour) proffered ready translation upon request.
The same men had overestimated our collective dining budget the previous evening; amends were duly made at lunch, our restaurant being a highly affordable student hangout. Our triumvirate of honchos ...
... Love it! We had not experienced that since Curacao. The seat belt bell told us it was time to disembark. We had so much stuff to carry, and I was a little frazzled by the task of retrieving our carry-ons from the overhead bins. The passengers on this very full flight were surging to get off the plane. I thought I was doing well until I got to the arrival teminal, where I noticed that I had forgotten my suit coat. In a panic, I rushed back to reboard while the ...
We woke to rain, hard rain. Thank goodness our weather has worked to our advantage. We ate brekkies in the dining tent then packed up. The truck arrived aroun 8am. The road down took over an hour, but it was less painful than on the way up, probably because the driver didn't have to maintain momentum. Back in karakol, we repacked our bags and climbed in the van. We stopped first to see the Russian Orthodox Church. They were having a special service in memory of the dead, which they ...
... listed in 2004 and a reason for this is that this river valley in Arkhangai Aimag strongly demonstrates how a strong nomadic culture led to the early growth and development of ancient trading routes and archeological remains dating back to the 6th century. The valley is principally known as the site of the Mongol Khans' capital Karakorum in the 13th and 14th century. Despite the fact that the capital moved to Beijing in 1264 the valley has dominated the country as a centre of nomadic ...
... to the national park, Terelj. Which was a drive mainly on very much a dirt road eg lots of pot holes, lots of large ruts and channels. Probably pretty fun for the Jim, our driver, but it made for slow progress, mostly 30km/hour. Set camp already before three which was really nice. A scenic spot, high up with 180degrees views. We were taught the ropes in regards to our specific jobs, how to put up tents and then we were put to the test eg we had to pitch tents, unload ...