Terelj International Resort and Spa Hotel
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So not feeling too crash hot in the morning but got up and packed a bag for our weekend in the countryside! Met outside UBCB at 10am (and god help us we were actually on time....)
First we packed into 3 pimping cars (me and Ankhlan were in a big black SUV) with two UBCB strangers and drove out of the city.
On the way we stopped on …
... runner. In other words, Mo Farah could've piggy backed me there quicker. Once you're outside of UB, this is pretty much all you see. Whilst on the one hand it can seem a little dull, on the other it is refreshing to see a land as natural and untouched by the modern world. There's no permanent buildings here, no roads, no electricity (solar power in evening), no phones, no bathroom.....just a very basic lifestyle involving horses, yaks, goats and sheep (and a ...
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 ...
Wednesday 30th July 2014 (Allan)
The First Steppe
(Apologies to all experienced Horse Riders)
Just a note to let you know how and why we'd chosen this particular tour when there are so many to choose from in Mongolia. First and foremost was price – it had to fit within our budget, and secondly, it had to be only a few days. A lot of the tours were a week or more, with all the mod cons. We came across "Happy Mongolia" when doing ...
... as the toilet at the Russian station had been a squat one, however, the men's turned out to be the squat variety. A sign of things to come….
Wandered around a bit, and double checked with our Chinese companion what time the train was due to depart. Meanwhile, an older Mongolian train arrived on the tracks beside our once again engineless 2 carriages.
We decided we should head back, just in case it went early for some unknown ...