The Corporate Hotel
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... park's most famous rocks, which surprisingly looks like a turtle. At the rock our horseman wanted to take a photo of us all on our ponies, the other ponies lined up nicely but mine just didn't want to be in the photo! Once we got back to camp we went to visit a nomad family who live in the park, moving to different locations 4 times a year. The head of the family, a 64 year old grandma, served us traditional Mongolian snacks, milk tea and a traditional alcoholic drink ...
... our guide negotiated for us to stay there. Living with these families we were able to try local delicacies like salted Mongolian yak's milk tea, Airag (fermented horse milk) and lots of dried curds (always interesting, not always delicious!). We also experienced trying to sleep in the incredible heat of a ger tent with the stove on and then being woken up by the intense sub-zero cold a few hours later when the stove burned out. Most nights we went to bed wearing very ...
... English songs most of us normally would prefer to forget.
Then after a few broken glasses it's time for the train- yay! Now this is where I can finally catch up on some sleep!! But before I do my future Mongolian Husband comes a courting!! This boy's a real charmer already. He serenades me, brings me chocolate and then tells me of his aspirations to be a K-Pop singer. What more could a girl ask for!!
... train is jacked up it would just end up all over the engineers and I'm sure you can image how happy you'd be if that happened to you. I opt for the later choice hoping to fall back to sleep during the process. While checking out the borders steamy red light district late in the evening sounds interesting cooler heads prevail. Fortunately I manage to fall back asleep after our passports are returned and sleep soundly until the brief interruption at the Mongolian side. I ...
... that sounded like she has a pain in her back so her mother (who is a shaman, not a physician) told her she needed an injection in her butt. I asked her what the medicine was she needed and she seemed to say none, but I wasn't sure we were communicating accurately. I asked about a doctor doing this, and she said no no, me! So, I let the conversation drop for a bit. Later, it became clear that she needed me either to do it for her, or to help her. When we got to ...