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... we enjoyed our fancy train (definitely the nicest train we'd been on so far- it had a separate sink for washing dishes / brushing teeth, we were served tea in our cabin by the train attendant and cabin window was very clean); had lunch in the dining car (pretty tasty and massive portions); and tried to spot camels (we saw a few). The border crossing on the Mongolian side took about 1 1/2 hours and then we were in China! Hours on the train: 193 Hours on the bus: 5.5 Countries visited: ...
... let me have it - it's mine". He made a phone call and another banker appeared, asked for my passport which he photocopied, wrote some information in a ledger and asked me to sign. I initialed the document, but when they compared this with my passport signature were not satisfied, so I signed again - carefully this time. Thankfully, the card was finally handed back to me. 2. The shoe shine incident 3. Evening meal with Garry and Denise and ...
... imagine the anger or disappointment on Louise's face when she discovered that on the 1st day of the month in Mongolia, alcohol is prohibited.
We shared a taxi the next day to the station provided for by the hostel, though this didn't stop the driver trying to extort some money from us.
As we passed back through the endless Gobi that I had already spent quite enough time, I wandered around the cabins chatting to the French couple and a few others as my cabin mates ...
... low notes while playing unique instruments that look very difficult. Our local guide tells me not too many train for this type of music. I really enjoyed the performance; it had a kind of southern twang to it.
This by far is THE best. Not what one would expect. Epic performance. Brilliantly colorful ethnic costumes. Dance, to me, was a combination ...
... are working on bringing back the Mongolian script.
So far the people I am meeting here are friendly and many are very highly educated hard-working people.
Like any developing country, streets here are not well maintained - falling into disrepair, dusty and filled with rubbish. The main city square is where Government House is located - it contains a fine collection on ...