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TravelPod Member ReviewsEdelweiss Hotel Ulan Bator
Good internet and nice service. Breakfast was good to. Needs a facelift.
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... started to swarm as soon as we set up the tents. It was too hot to sit in the tents and no shade to protect us from the sun so we slathered on the sun screen and set up our mini-camp chairs in the river, allowing the cool water to run over our feet and legs. When it was late enough in the evening to rid ourselves of sunscreen Leah and I found a deeper section of the river to give ourselves a mini-bath. Feeling refreshed we made a dinner of mediterranean pasta in the shade ...
... our two nights. Before heading to the camp site we stopped at a local family's tent to see how they lived. This struck both Simone and I as a little strange, and in discussing it later we both felt a little exploitative - but it was an interesting experience. Over half of Mongolia's population live in Ulaan Baatar, the rest are split between small villages and semi-nomadic camps like the one we visited. The family essentially has permission from the Government to use the ...
... magic, everything is working again.
While Jenny and I were getting our SIM cards, Neville went outside to look at the train. He had Jenny's camera as well and took some photos, including a few of some people getting thrown off the train by the Police. Next minute, the police were demanding to see the camera. They looked through the photos and ordered him to delete the photos.
Next problem was finding the road out of ...
... trip. Having showed her all my pictures, she then wanted to learn how to play cards. I then found out that she was also a medium and tried to tell my fortune. She did say that my grandad was 89 when he died (that was true, so that was enough for me to know and asked her not to go any further). By this time it was 2am and I was getting up at 6am so I had to go to sleep. Tomorrow I leave Mongolia and head for Beijing in China. I LOVE Mongolia and I will definitely be ...
... s a very modem city.
The main Sukhe Bator square is the centre of everything.
The main parliament building stands at the northern end with a huge statue of Ghengis Khan flanked by his son Ogedei and grandson Kublai.
The State Department store was worth looking around and although, now modern and stocking all the latest brands, I did wonder what it would have ...