Chinggis Tourist Camp
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- 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 ...
... it opened up a bit, the valleys apparently grow the kind of grass that is good for horses so we saw hundreds and hundreds if those lovely beasts. Apparently the milk is of very high quality also, so the mares are generally milked while the poor males either get eaten (according to Garmaa, horse meat is "very delicious" which really makes me sick even to think of it) or used for racing. There were areas of agriculture ...
... the stupas, but it is good to do it in the mountains. And, this is all that Garmaa could translate accurately enough for me to understand. I'm sure I could be much wiser right now if only I knew Mongolian! This morning there was ice on the ground around the wash stand, so this gives me a taste for what I can expect over the next 5 weeks. This afternoon it got hot, though, so the daytime to nighttime differential may continue to grow until late ...
... for the journey north then south towards the Gobi. I can confidently say that Boots pharmacy has a new rival, we've got things covered from 'holy-****-I-need-the-toilet' situations to homeopathic headache relief. A knock on the door from the housekeeping department asking if we required a fire, we declined and shuffled into bed listening to 'Princesses Behaving Badly' picking up a few tips on how to rally an army, just in case things get really out of ...
... 8211; be back on the train in 2 hours…). After having our passports checked by the attendant, we got off the train and wandered around a little – not much to see or do, so sat in the shade for a while, before finding a shop that sold ice blocks.
During this time, we were concerned to see that more than half the train, along with the engine, moved off, leaving just 2 carriages, one of them ours, and no engine, at the platform. Another ...