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This is one of the oldest hotels in Ulan Bator and is a little 'past its best', but it was perfectly functional.
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We arrived back in Ulan Batar at 11.30 am, a nice time to arrive back. I have a room to myself which is very welcome. It's not that I've minded sharing at all, it's just nice to have some space to myself. I went for lunch with Fiona at a local Korean restaurant then we spent the afternoon moseying around the shops and cafés. We had a lovely …
I arrived this morning bright and early and was offered a lift to my hotel by one of my travelling companions who is Mongolian. This made it so much easier as it turned out, it was probably too far to walk with a heavy bag. The hotel has a faded Soviet glory about it, as do many of the buildings. Ulaanbataar is an interesting mix of concrete soviet …
After. Day of sightseeing I went to a cultural performance which, I have to be honest, I was slightly sceptical about. However, it was excellent. The highlights were the musical performances which were outstanding and i left feeling as if I'd seen a really high quality show. We leave tomorrow to begin exploring and I'm looking forwards t leaving the city.
... as it was packed. Having had a sleep, I got up and realised that I was sharing with 3 Germans. Really nice people and we hit it off straight away, sharing our food (I think they saw my 2 carrier bags and thought I'll have some of whatever is in there). The bus from Ulan Ude to Ulan Bator takes 12 hours but as I wanted to complete the whole Trans Siberian journey, I took the train which takes 24 hours. The reason is that Russian Trains run ...
After breakfast we went to the Gandankhid monastery. We watched the chanting that they do daily between 9am and 11am. There were soo many pigeons, don't know if they are significant to Buddhists though ! Back to hotel to organise tomorrow' excursion. Then taxi to black market that was really big and sold literally everything. UB isn't touristy by which I mean there are no 'tat shops'. The city is really dusty and the traffic is usually at a standstill but the hooters aren't ...