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Mongolian phrases Wild Packs of Family Dogs May 8, 2006 The big news here in camp is I finally got my coffee maker, yes!!! It arrived with a couple …
Mongolian dog May 1, 2006 Last Sunday I was out with one of the geologists marking some new holes for the drill. The really nice thing about drilling …
Mongolian Lessons April 22, 2006 My Mongolian lessons seem to have taken a turn into learning how to flirt. Things like, I am beautiful, you are handsome, …
Mongolian Currency To Ulaanbaatar! May 18, 2006 The drive to Choibalsan was gorgeous. It had snowed (tsas, snow) the night before and there was a …
Mongolia impressions of a 4 months visit. I always wanted to go to Mongolia. The reasons? I didn’t know anyone who had been there, the desolate endless …
Gobi Desert in 12 days. Not rated yet
The Gobi. The Desert. Open a Pandora's box of contrasts. Total journey distance 2,200km. Total days tires popped = 5. Imagine baron fields. …
Gourmet gers Not rated yet
On most days we were driving and walking/horseriding/camel riding during the day and we'd arrive at a ger in the early evening. At every ger we were greeted …
Hoover Dam in Mongolia Not rated yet
Mukhart is part of the huge Mongol Els (sand dune). It's unique coned shaped looks particularly like the Hoover Dam in Nevada (USA), I was told. A river …
Mongolia - One of my family's favourite place Not rated yet
Mongolia is one of my family's favorite destination. Perhaps we have been living in urban city far too long. Mongolia gives us the space, the vast space …
Mares milk and Mongols Not rated yet
“Next up was the fermented mare's milk - which the locals drink in the same way we drink beer.” After a couple of days on the train, looking out of …
Kazakhs in Mongolia Not rated yet
I:m afraid that these stories will overshadow the good in Mongolia, which is ample. At the same time, in many ways they did cast a shadow on the second …
Drunkards in Mongolia Not rated yet
The areas we were in bordered Kazakhstan--great homeland of Borat. The population is eighty percent Kazakh and people speak Kazakh...so this was my opportunity …
Central Mongolia attractions Not rated yet
We then set off to Bayangobi about 175 miles to the south west. As we drove through the high plateau grasslands, very green, there were occasional gers, …
Magnificent Mongolia Not rated yet
The difference between Russia and Mongolia was clear instantly - the people in Mongolia just don't stop smiling. They're lovely. Our guide was called Gerlee …
Mongolian traditional ger Not rated yet
Three nights in Mongolian traditional ger Leaving the suburbs of Ulaan Baatar behind you start to appreciate why you come to Mongolia. The surrounding …