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On our drive to Harhorin from the Great White Lake today we came across a small herd of camels. I thought they were only in the Gobi, but it turns out I was wrong. Apparently herders this far north use them in the wintertime since they are warmer to ride than horses. What a treat! As we had a long day of driving (about half was bumping and grinding, the other half a bit smoother since it was asphalt) we had a lot of time to talk. ...
... 10 months old, their mother went to Korea where, for the next 5 years, she worked in a Samsung factory. During this time, their father cared for them. Garmaa recounted with some embarrassment a time when her father's friend tidied her hair before school. This was remarkably similar to my own experience. My mother went to the TB sanitarium when I was 5 years old, and Garmaa's story reminded me of recollections I have of my first grade teacher, Mrs ...
Right downtown, the famous Choijin Lama ...
... vehicle that would make the rally too easy. This was awarded to a team who were doing it in a Ford Transit van. The 'prize' for 'winning' this award was that you were given a golden, non-working washing machine that you had to carry all the way to the finish line. Well, when I walked into the Office Hotel there it was, this golden washing machine although now without any of the internal parts. So I asked one of the Rally organisers what had happened and this is the story he told. ...
... decorated inside like Tigger. The complex looks a lot like the monasteries we've seen in terms of architecture and apparently was built in the same style as the Forbidden City in Beijing, although on a much smaller scale. It's now a museum with examples of Mongolian tapestries and needlework, Buddha statues, masks and religious artefacts. Also a random taxidermy collection from Germany, but if that's what the king was into ...