Three Camel Lodge

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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Three Camel Lodge Ulan Bator

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    Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

    Safe & sound back in town

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Aug 02, 2014

    15 photos

    Saturday 2nd August

    Sometime during the night, a storm passed over, with thunder, lightning and rain. Glad we were in the ger and not in the tent! Despite the hard beds, which seem to be very common in Mongolia, we didn't sleep too bad, and woke up in time for a breakfast of bread, meat, tomato, cheese, cucumber and egg.

    We packed up our things, and also the camping gear, ready for our lift into ...

    A trip around the country

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on Jun 02, 2014

    21 photos

    ... br> Bill on Food
    With absolutely everything that Bill ate throughout the day, from the mutton pasta, to the mutton rice, to the mutton soup and dry stale bread in a morning being described as "sooooooooo delicious" we can only imagine what his other favourite Mongolian cuisines when explained to us would taste like...

    *One of his favourite meals that is "sooooooo delicious" is what is known to us tourists as 'vitals'. This involves the lungs, ...

    From Mongolia to Russia!

    A travel blog entry by beakerage on Jun 01, 2014

    3 comments, 16 photos

    ... I pulled out the R12 (40 cents) x 2 for our tram tickets and we jumped onto the first tram. This was an experience in itself with its rusty old sliding doors and lots of rattling noises as the tram proceeded towards the bus stop. The tram must have been at least 40 years old by the look and sound of the doors opening. It was quite fun! We eventually found the bus we needed and went to the open air museum which displayed how the different Siberian tribes used to live. It ...

    All Aboard the Trans-Siberian

    A travel blog entry by claireanddave on May 25, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... there being a plug hole in the floor, there was no actual shower...it was a sink...and it only had cold water...that just dribbled out of a tap...and we had to share it with next door. Oh yeah - a Jack and Jill en-suite sink room where we were to soon perfect the 'hand-cup' wash system. It was most definitely 4* luxury. The Wheelers live well.

    At the end of each carriage was a coal powered samovar which supplied unlimited boiling water, and was maintained by the ...

    Crazy Ambulance Drivers Are Crazy

    A travel blog entry by adifference on May 18, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... Tuesday is where things started to get a bit strange as Jess started having stomach pains. Wednesday morning I trotted off to work, but the stomach pains got worse so I was recalled around lunch time. Jess then asked me to drop off some papers to her school, which was only 5 minutes for the whole trip but an adventure in its own right.

    I walked to the GPS co-ordinate I'd recorded when Sete and I had dropped Jess off at her school on the first day, and I ...