Three Camel Lodge

Address: Gurvansaikhan National Park, Ulan Bator, Mongolia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Gurvansaikhan National Park, Ulan Bator, is near Terelj National Park, Zaisan Memorial, Yol Valley, and Karakorum (Kharkhorin).
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Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator


A travel blog entry by thelongwaytonz on Nov 13, 2014

37 photos

... distance. There was also a little museum of Bronze Age and Great Khan period containing Mongolian artefacts, some of which were quite interesting like the terracotta spiky bombs; and not to be forgotten, the World's largest Mongolian boot! After the giant statue we went back to Ulan Baator, where we had lunch, visited the National Museum of Mongolia (it had some interesting exhibits such as the traditional costumes of the Mongolian ethic groups), and did some souvenir ...

In Ulan Baatar: day 9

A travel blog entry by uesheap on Oct 28, 2014

... on the screen and was thrown by the sequence of retrieving money then card, which is different from Australia. The machine was clearly impatient and before I could put thumb and forefinger together the card had retreated back into the machine. I was worried. I stayed in the ATM kiosk just in case the card reappeared whilst Anne went into the bank to attempt to explain what had happened. A kind local customer assisted with the explanation, but ...


A travel blog entry by grandmagoesto on Sep 02, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

I know I'm out of order-but I had to share…

Beijing Opera

Unlike our idea of opera. Props and scenery are minimal. Actors are in elaborate dress. Everything has meaning; from the colors to the intricately painted faces. Yellow & white= cunning; red=straightforwardness & loyalty; black= valor & wisdom; blue & green = rebellious. The coordination ...

City dwellers

A travel blog entry by phungster on Aug 27, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

If you guessed Mongolia from the clues I have been giving about this blog, then you are right! Chenggis Khaan's actual name was Temujin - who united all the tribes of Mongolia.

Ulaanbaatar is known as UB here. Our local friend has arranged for some UB locals to show us around town. I notice the Cyrillic alphabet being used, same as Russian. Even though Mongolia declared independence in 1911, ...

A week in UB

A travel blog entry by stevelegassick on Aug 26, 2014

96 photos

... I refused to avoiding the camera nazis was half ...