Terelj International Resort and Spa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator
... a feast of mutton on bones, mutton dumplings, jam, yogurt, curds, potatoes, carrots, shaved carrot/cabbage slaw, cucumbers, breads and butter. I drank some milk product I cannot even describe...think hot milk with a touch of sourness, like yogurt, and some small small bits of curds. It was odd, but good. I think I could develop a taste for that. After dinner we played a game similar to pick up jacks....except with sheep ankle bones. ...
... is apparently the "Central Sports Complex". We turn left, then right, then up stairs, then right again...me skittering along behind trying to keep up (she's deceptively fast!). It is the most confusing building I've been in. There are approximately zero signs anywhere. I feel certain we're in the storage area or something. But no, we just keep going until we turn a corner into a hallway and I realize, "yep, there's some sweating going ...
... biting my face. But no. I decide I can deal with crowds. I am a big girl. I can do this. The moment I thought my phone was going to snap in two because I was being pressed so hard against the bus seats while standing was when I realized I'd made a huge mistake. I could not move my hands to even get to my phone let alone take off my coat in which I was now suffocating. (again, that mindful meditation breathing would have been helpful) Whatever the ...
... with coal during the trip mostly just as you are bedding down for the night! Unfortunately we only realised the windows opened on this train after a 29 degree internal temperature overnight experience resulting in us getting very little sleep. Our sleeping buddy this time was a nice German guy called Jonathan (a software engineer and genius) travelling alone, he was the same age as us and spoke superb English. He works for Car2Go in Germany which is kind of like a ZipCar. ...
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 ...