Terelj International Resort and Spa Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... the first experience but they seemed somewhat accustomed to travellers dropping in and Oyunaa did not. It was a real treat for her and her family to have us stay the night.
Our guide translated that Oyunaa would offer up her Ger to our group for the night and she would sleep next door with her parents. She also apologised for not having enough food for us, bless her, however we had not come empty handed and bought enough food for all of us and only needed access to ...
Seven of us started today with a yoga session on the top of the hill behind the ger camp. Grace has an app which instructed us. It was such a great way to start the day and even better being able to do it with the outlook that we had. After breakfast we played dress ups in traditional Mongolian clothing. Naturally I was given the Queen outfit, I personally think it suited perfectly (others might beg to differ though)! We also had some fun messing around with archery, luckily the arrows ...
In patches the road was becoming extremely bumpy, probably because of frosts and bad weather. We met some French travelers at the Burma Railway in February, and they had already said to us “You will break something in Mongolia.” I said “Well I hope it’s only a cup.”
Unfortunately, it was more than that for Barbara and Neville, as Tilly broke the front spring a few kilometers from UB. They had to go slowly into ...
Today was our first day on the move, which meant leaving the splendour (and wifi) of Oyuna's behind us. We packed up the incredible amount of stuff that we had deemed to be the essentials, and stripped down the beds. It was at this point, when we took down the blanket that had been serving as curtain/sunscreen for the last few days, that I realised we were living next door to Mongolia's equivalent of Las Vegas. Unfortunately we didn't have time to go in, but I did take ...
We headed out of Ulan Bator for our second, and final, full day in Mongolia as we went to a ger camp in the Gorkhi-Terelj National Park.
On the way we made a few stops. First, at the laundrette to pick up our washing that we'd put in the day before. Second, at a supermarket to pick up essential supplies (beer). Then on the main road out of Ulan Bator we made a couple of stops at some tourist sights. The first was just a couple of guys at the side of ...