Chinggis Tourist Camp
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... s nearly 3 million population (I don't think I've ever been to a country where they are so keen on increasing the population, they reckon the 3 millionth baby will be born in the next few months and when he / she is they will get 3 million tughrik - Mongolian currency, an apartment for the family and every child born the same day will also get 3 million tughrik). It's a rather grey, soviet style city however hidden amongst the grey buildings are beautiful Buddhist ...
I still can't get my head around this. We were on our way to Bulgan (having left Amarbayasgalant Monastery this morning) and we stopped in the town of Erdenet to buy food for the next few days. After our shopping, Garmaa said she needed to go to a pharmacy, so off she went. Once back in the van, she pulled out this whopper of a syringe fitted with a horse-sized needle, and asked me if I knew how to use this. I was shocked, said no, then asked her why she had it. She told ...
... was nice to share some attempts at humor and some cleaning tasks. Sunday evening, we went to the bedroom of one of the monks as he had purchased some units of Internet service so we had access to wifi as long as we were in close proximity to his cell phone. Later, we learned that one of the other monks was going to Durhan, so we gave him a food shopping list (yeh! Fresh veges again!). I was lying in my bed quietly reading around 10 pm when in walks a man. He was one of ...
... in the ger and unpacking all of our things (not sure why we decided that this was necessary for a stay of two days, but never mind!) we went off for a little walk now that the day was cooler. Going against my every ingrained instinct, we just wandered across the field at the back of the camp. Mongolia doesn't really have a footpath system, boundaries or even private property really so you can just wander about freely as you feel like it. We walked up to the top of ...
... Once again, we sat and waited. And waited. The train schedule said 130 minutes, so we assumed that this would be correct, given that the previous one had been. Finally our passports were collected, and after a very long, hot 45 minutes or so, they were returned and we were allowed to get off.
First stop for everyone was the toilet, as it had been over 4 hours since anyone had been able to go. Fortunately the ladies toilets were "normal" toilets, which ...