Terelj International Resort and Spa Hotel
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... this country's beauty but in such a short period of time we have seen the most amazing blue sky with gigantic puffy cotton balls for clouds, crystal clear night skies filled with shooting stars and the Milky Way. Sand dunes and wild flowers as far as the eye could see in the Gobi, Volcanoes, endless lakes, melting glaciers and mountains. We’ve ridden camels and horses, slept on everything from beds, logs and bare floors in gers and seen more sheep, goat, cows, yaks, ...
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 ...
... military van? The tour leaves Ulan Bator in two hours! Yawn. Er. What happens in the Gobi Desert? ... Sounds cool! Stop blogging let's g- Hang on. Departure is two hours away? Shower first, it's been a couple of days, remember? Next all the coffee and breakfast. NOW stop blogging let's ...
... out 250,000 MNT so as I paid for my shopping i unfurled a wad of notes and thought I was " Loadsamoney!" In fact 250,000 Tughrig is just over £80 and everybody walks around with huge wads of cash and cards can rarely be used except in the big stores, it is very much a cash economy as it was in Russia, a bit different from Europe where cards are the norm. So after a wander around town the next day it all looked pretty uninspiring, although I did manage to find my way to an office ...
... had a sleep as I think he had drunk too much vodka last night.
At about 4pm, all too good to be true, we were back off road again heading for our nomadic family who were hosting us for the night.
The settlement was close to a large formation of rocks which we will climb tomorrow.
After dinner, and as this was our last night in the Gobi desert, we presented Aggie and Sunjay with a small present of some Mongolian beer which was presented in ...