New West Hotel
Travel Blogs from Ulan Bator
... some had electrical outlets. The camps were usually more than half full with other tourists on similar itineraries. I must say I really enjoyed the hotel on the last night in Ulan Bator --- hot shower, internet --- even if the speed reminded me of the dial-up days.
Instead of uploading individual photos I put together a couple of videos that include various pictures I took along the way.
... my stress incredibly well (unlike me) because we weren't going to be able to use a toilet for a while. Also, surely many other people had been in the same situation. Everything turned out to be okay thankfully, the Mongolian Immigration officer made a little face when she looked at our visa but we got them back all stamped and approved. When we got to the Russian border crossing, the Russian officials checked the passports and visas and checked all through our cabin for ...
... and I couldn't tell what direction things were coming from. I decided last night that if it hadn't fixed itself by morning I would go to the doctor, and after all of Jess' visits the staff there now know me by sight. Anyway, it turns out it's just a build up of wax, and I've been given some ear drops that I'm told should clear it up in 4-5 days. I'm making great strides at understanding English theory, and in turn teaching it, ...
... flow of traffic. But that's city life. Approaching the city by rail we passed 'Gers', the round tent-like constructions typical of the Mongols. They are found singly or in groups and are often enclosed within a wall. Gers are also common in the city and many gardens are filled with one or more. We are yet to see or herd a yak but they had dried grated yak in the supermarket which for some reason we didn't buy. Incidentally, I have just seen the world weather on ...
... not really knowing English theory (what IS a regular versus an irregular verb?), all I'm doing is correcting errors in English without being able to explain why the sentence should be structured in a particular way. Still, my workmates have a good sense of humour, so we all had a good laugh when one of them put together the sentence "I'm am not married. I have two girlfriends." And they all giggle and humour me when I mangle ...
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