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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    Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator

    300 km in 9.5 hr

    A travel blog entry by sefleming on Sep 06, 2014

    9 photos

    ... comical they were! Tonight we are at Great White Lake. It is really a fascinating area as the lake was formed as a result of a volcano in 1950. The lake is really large, and extremely clear. The cone of the volcano is clearly visible from the west side, and lava rocks spill down one side of the volcano and have travelled a huge distance through the valley below. I'm looking forward to exploring it more tomorrow - by horseback if things ...

    Falling apart in Mongolia

    A travel blog entry by littlebush on Sep 03, 2014

    23 photos

    ... knees and back, any position involving some form of bending over is likely to cause trouble. And so it did early one morning when doing my business, my back just went and I was unable to hardly move. After several anxious minutes of strategic manoeuvres to ensure I didn't make my situation worse by actually falling into the hole, I managed to get myself up and shuffle back to our Ger. But the damage was done and I unable to do the most simplest of tasks as the ...

    Teaching Begins

    A travel blog entry by sefleming on Aug 25, 2014

    ... and was coming to deliver our food. This unannounced entry sure does take some getting used to. He told me that this food was free to us - that the monks were paying for it since I was here to teach their children. This morning I began teaching. It seems that I will teach the younger monks from 8-9:30am, and the older monks from 2-4pm. There were about 10 students in the each class. With the younger class, I started with the alphabet, focusing on pronunciation of the ...

    Day 2: Ulan Bator - Emily

    A travel blog entry by lauraandemily on Aug 18, 2014

    5 photos

    ... we went off in search of the super cheerful Victims of Political Persecution Memorial Museum; it was maybe a blessing in disguise that we couldn't find it (and nor could a circular-sunglasses-wearing security guard) so we called it quits. Back along the one and only Peace Avenue the heat got a little unbearable so we cooled down in Nomin- their version of Sainsbury's- while buying goods for our trip out into the countryside tomorrow. I've briefed Laura on ...

    A day of Russian/Mongolian border crossings

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 28, 2014

    74 photos

    ... platform, but it didn't take long to heat up, as the sun was blaring into the far side of the carriage, even though the blinds were down. Finally the Russian passport control people boarded the train, and took our passports away to do whatever they needed to do. The carriage attendant came along and asked the Chinese girl to pack all her bags (or at least that's what she thought she said). She was obviously worried about what this meant, but she packed everything ...