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... country, it followed the Selange river valley all the way to the border, although it did stop and start a lot along the way. Very nice scenery – wide open plains, small villages, rocky hills, and flowing rivers.
Arrived at the Russian passport control station of Naushki at about 1pm. It said on the time schedule that there was a 300 minute wait…. 5 hours!! We thought that maybe it was a mistake, as the carriage attendant told us "2 ...
... armed ourselves with Johnson's baby wipes. The 3rd was the nomads diet of mutton (meat of sheep as Bill called it) which we soon discovered was given with every single meal of every single day, and last but not least - Suutei Tsai (literally meaning, tea with milk). Suutei Tsai is served to guests when they arrive at Mongolian homes and to Claire's horror throughout every given part of the day also, along with a hospitality bowl filled with sweets and snacks. Although ...
... the stairs hurting her elbow, falling over coming down a hill, really hurting her ankle and trapping her finger on the train when putting the bed away REALLY hurting her finger.
2. Mongolian food is ok and very muttonesque, cheap and huge potions.
3. Mongolian money is like Monopoly money
Dave's Transport stats so far:
Planes used - 1
Buses used - 1
Trains used - 3
Metros used - 1
Cars used - 2 (+2)
... smoking areas, they would also go to great lengths to excite you about the Chinese food that is awaiting us at the end of the line in Beijing. They would meet up in empty cabins and using their own private kitchen they would cook up the most impressive feasts, allowing the delicious smell of fresh Chinese food to carry all the way down the corridors. Oh, how we couldn't wait to then start tucking into our instant chicken noodles or 3 cheese creamy pasta mug shot. The lengths they ...
... been cut off (and I was worried about our apartment's power!), which meant that no one could do any work. Some staff slept, Ganaa played games on her phone, lucky for me I had my iPad connected to my phone. Come 2pm was the daily English class, and since no one could work, there were random people of all levels popping in and out which made a grammar class hard. I opted to read a story to them, and the first thing I thought of that would have simple language but not be ...