Chinggis Tourist Camp
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... 20 minutes walk from the train. we also tooko the oppourtunity to pick up some beers, and a bag of snow to chill it on the train! once we got through the russian side, peolple started stashing bags underneat the carper on the train, in some trap door compartments which looked pretty doidgy! after we passed the mongolian side, which involved them searching the cabin for any thyinkg we might be smuggling through, we got our pasports back and ...
... what I learned: To be healthy a woman should drink some of her own urine. To be really healthy you should drink some of the blood from a black goat. To treat an ear infection, boil some of your fathers urine, cool to lukewarm and put some in your ear. A man is lucky if he sees a wolf. A man is really really lucky if he is killed by a wolf. I think I'll opt for sickness and back luck. Or is it bad luck to even think such thoughts. ...
... and moving it to various locations. Listening to the gas-powered chain saw (used to cut the poles into lengths prior to splitting) was a real treat, only to be outdone by the sweet smell of exhaust wafting through our ger. Later, I spent about an hour with their 8 yr old son. I got to help him make one of the kites that I purchased in kit form. It turned out really well. The afternoon was calm, but he got it in the air by running his little legs off. It was ...
... from the airport) and she's such a lovely person. After a great dinner, we said goodbye and headed back to the hostel, stopping on the way for a quick manicure - apparently something you just have to do here!! Now it's just time to pack up before the big trip down into the Gobi desert. It may be radio silence from us for some time but we'll be back in UB on the 30th so if you don't hear from us by then, then it may be time to send some ...
... right hand drive car in a country that drives on the right, was easier said than done. Her friend wasn't nearly as good a co-driver as Allan had been, and we had a few near misses along the way. Being a Saturday, the road was very busy, but cars were overtaking left, right and centre – literally, even though it was only a one lane each way road! We couldn't believe it when we were overtaken on the right, with the overtaking ...