The Continental Hotel
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- Free parking
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... time we were better prepared for the heat, wedging the door open from the beginning. It was so cold outside that our 5L water bottle froze completely! Think the maximum temperature in Mongolia was about 3 degrees Celsius, at night it went down to about -18, brrrrrrrrr!! BACK TO ULAN BAATOR I was quite sad to leave the national park, it would have been nice to have stayed longer and done some longer hikes or horse rides, to different parts of the park. On our way out of the ...
... told everyone to keep walking and not to look back.
I settled onto our train for our 36 hour journey to the end of the Trans Siberian (actually Trans Mongolian), Railway - Beijing.
I was joined in my compartment by an Irish couple and a young man from Finland who was actually working in Holland.
They were all really good company which ...
... again for being resentful when we had to vacate our ger for those few days and camp out in her room. Why couldn't I have been grateful, and nothing more? Our driver for these next 5 days arrived last night in what looks like a very old Volkswagon van. It isn't though. It's apparently a 2005 Russian vehicle. I'm not at all sure we'll make it! It seems to have a hard time starting, and even on asphalt we never seem to travel more than about 60 kmp. On the uphill we ...
... 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 ...
Another day in UB, it's time to spend quality time with our Mongolian friend. I don’t know what exactly is on the agenda, but I know I am in for a treat. We are heading for Gachuurt, a town north of UB. On the way I can see many small little huts, wooden houses, gers… looks like they pop out at random fashion, few completed and most are half done.
We drive to the edge of the town where we ...