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  • Hello World!Hello World! My name is Uundaa and lives in Mongolia. This is my first post and I hope it will go on. I will visit my nephews who lives in Munich, Germany few days later and also planning to travel Posted by uundaa in Uundaa is there... | Jul 22, 2009
  • 6 day tour that became 5 .......The trip out into the countryside had its high points and a few low points. Overall, it was a great experience. The first day consisted of a 5-6 hour drive over both paved and dirt roads. There were times Posted by TB_Ddizzle in Round the World with TB and D-dizzle | Jun 25, 2009
  • Another day in UB.........It is Friday and we are idling until 12:30 at which time we will pick-up our passports at the Russian Embassy. It is then off to the only temple here in UB because the Russian's did a very good Posted by TB_Ddizzle in Round the World with TB and D-dizzle | Jun 18, 2009
  • Hanging in Terelj, National ParkAnthony and I went to Terelj National Park with three other people. There were the two Sarahs from England and a german guy whose name I never quite got, R-something. Any-hoo, the drive was about 45 to 50 Posted by TB_Ddizzle in Round the World with TB and D-dizzle | Jun 17, 2009
  • Whoo-hoo, will be getting the Russian transit visa........Okay. Went to the Russian embassy this afternoon and we passed the limus test for transit visa. We will be picking the visa up on Thursday. Thank god, the big mammoo, or what ever power/s you ascribe Posted by TB_Ddizzle in Round the World with TB and D-dizzle | Jun 15, 2009
  • A weekend in Mandal, MongoliaWe got on the train for Mandal around 10:30 Saturday. Jerry from Japan but living in Hawaii went with us. Apparently, he has been traveling for 6 years but he was not forthcoming with the details of why Posted by TB_Ddizzle in Round the World with TB and D-dizzle | Jun 14, 2009
  • Getting closer to that elusive Russian visaOkay, so Anthony and I have spent two days trying to work-out this visa situation. We finally found a travel agency in Ulaan-Bataar that could get us the tickets from Moscow to Tallinn, Estonia. For train seats it Posted by TB_Ddizzle in Round the World with TB and D-dizzle | Jun 12, 2009
  • MongoliaArriving in a strange land Ulaan Baator (locals call it UB) is like a different world to anything I've seen before. Partly due to poverty, partly because of their cultural heritage. Indian-style trills are integrated into their songs, city build Posted by hazelnutty in Adventures in the North | May 22, 2009
  • Camping on the Mongolian SteppeI had an early start on Wednesday which didn't sit well with the fact that you can buy 1 litre beers in the pubs of Ulaanbaatar for about 2euro ( still doesn't beat the 1.75EUR bottles of vodka I was Posted by ronanm32 in The Eastern Campaign | May 3, 2009
  • Welcome to Mongolia I arrived in Ulaanbaatar in the morning and once I had found my accommodation and gotten some food I set about exploring the capital. All in all I am impressed with the place, I heard it was Posted by ronanm32 in The Eastern Campaign | May 3, 2009
  • EngrishWhen the thirst hits me when I'm travelling I always reach for a bottle of “Most Freshest Deep”, nothing quenches thirst better :-) When on the go I enjoy eating peanuts as they are a Posted by ronanm32 in The Eastern Campaign | May 3, 2009
  • Train Times (Part 2)Having spent the night awake in the train station, occasionally being moved to have my ticket checked or so the cleaners can clean under my seat, I get on the train at 5am utterly exhausted & so don't register the Posted by Bimbler in Carol Goes Adventuring | Apr 29, 2009
  • Vi fant vi fant!Nassan tours dro vaare naa (etter all den gaaingen og klatringen vi har faatt under beltet) veldig veltrente stumper ut i mini-Gobi. Turen var ikke uventet veldig humpete og overraskende nok nesten som en safari. Mini-Gobi kryr av liv med Posted by L og P in Transsibirske og Forbi! | Apr 10, 2009
  • One hit wonderTirsdagen dro vi hjem fra Terelj naturark og pleiet bekjentskapet med franske Florian og amerikanske Brad. Samme skjedde onsdag, kombinert med tempelbesoek hvis vi filmet en gudstjeneste ulovlig. Noe som bare gjorde det vi fikk pa film enda kulere da Posted by L og P in Transsibirske og Forbi! | Apr 10, 2009
  • Verdens kaldeste hovestadDa har vi altsaa kommet til Ulan Bator, og har hatt det svaert saa travelt! Soendag ble brukt til aa drikke altfor mange drinker paa vaar yndlingspub "Grand Khan Irish Pub", bare fordi det er SAA billig, og her moette vi Posted by L og P in Transsibirske og Forbi! | Apr 10, 2009
  • Hello Europe!Etter var svaert saa dramatiske tur over isen var vi klare for a komme oss pa toget og over grensen til Mongolia. Vi var ikke kjempeglade da vi horte folk som ravet og var i det festhumoret pa perrongen utenfor Posted by L og P in Transsibirske og Forbi! | Apr 5, 2009
  • Trans-Siberian finaleOn a very cold Thursday Morning we boarded the train for the last leg of our journey, 1.5days from Mongolia to China. The train was warm, smog free, spotlessly clean and most importantly had a food carriage that actually served Posted by annacronin in ARE WE THERE YET......? | Mar 18, 2009
  • MongoliaWe have uploaded some photos..hurrah! After 4days on the train we knew that we smelt bad but when we got to the hostel in Ulan Bator we were dismayed to find that the hot water was broken!! After an hour or Posted by annacronin in ARE WE THERE YET......? | Mar 4, 2009
  • Horseback riding in the Endless Steppes of Mongolia Mongolia (http://www.travelmongolia.org) is country that offers more than you ever expected. Once you have decided to go to Mongolia, there is going to be anothe Posted by choogii in Endless Steppes of Mongolia | Feb 10, 2009
  • Modern MongoliaMongolia is quite rightly known as the land of the great Chinggis Khan and its nomadic culture that defied the passage of time. However, most people know a little about what modern Mongolia is and its urban as well Posted by Sammynergu in Modern Mongolia | Feb 10, 2009
  • 3 - Three Days in MongoliaArrived into Ulaan Bataar and were shipped off to the UB Guesthouse like all backpackers that had gone before and likely most that will go after. The hardest, lumpiest beds ever experienced. Off exploring UB we saw the Posted by FiColes in Fi & Bryn's Big Trip | Dec 21, 2008
  • This is ger lifeOut of Ulaanbataar, and into the wide open Mongolian countryside. The Gobi Desert, perhaps the most famous geographical feature in Mongolia, is nowhere near the capital city. It's a good couple of days solid bump and grind in a jeep to Posted by Serge78 in Other People's Music | Nov 9, 2008
  • MongoliaAfter waiting patiently in Irkutsk for the train we were finally on the train and on our way to leaving Russia. Our bunk mates were a grandmother and her granddaughter. They were very nice but did not speak Posted by koreaeh in Korea eh! | Nov 3, 2008
  • Mongol meat massiveI've eaten horse. I'm now a bonafide equine-munching barbarian. I doubt i'll be able to watch the Grand National in future without seeing several servings worth of prime fillet parading round Aintree. But, the thing is, I was in Mongolia. At Posted by Serge78 in Other People's Music | Nov 2, 2008
  • We interupt this break in transmission...Just to apologise for the total lack of updates. In fact, it's been so long I'm now not even in Russia anymore. And Mongolia really is the coldest place I've ever been... minus 16 and counting. The people are just fantastic Posted by Serge78 in Other People's Music | Oct 23, 2008
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