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  • It's a Wide Open Road, It's a Wide Open Road...Sain Bainuu Friends, It feels like so much has happened in the last ten days and we feel worlds away. We are only two hours behind Australia (same day Annie!!) . . . . Happy Birthday Mum Evans!! We Posted by adamandmeg in Gone for good | Apr 11, 2007
  • Mongolia [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/73722/HN TLD EXP..lia 185.jpg thumb=https://photos.travellerspoi Posted by latiamatta in Hanoi Toledo Express | Oct 5, 2006
  • Horse Trekking on the SteppeAfter a relaxed and rather late breakfast, the horses were prepared and we again mounted up.This time I took the reigns of a different, but again forthright, horse who was to be my loyal companion for a 2-day trek to Posted by worldwideG in Steppe-Up | Sep 29, 2006
  • Horsing Around on the SteppeYou at home may be surprised to learn that I learnt to ride a horse on this trip.Or you would be if I hadn't already e-mailed you to tell you about my exploits!I've just been too busy to update this Posted by worldwideG in Steppe-Up | Sep 29, 2006
  • MongoliaThe Mongolians are friendly folks. After stepping off the train in Ulan Bataar our guide met us and helped us into the waiting van. Once we set off she turned round and said, "Why you all look so sad, you Posted by yamma in IT IS TIME, HIGH TIME! | Sep 15, 2006
  • MongoliaHey, The Chinese firewall (country firewall) has blocked my blog so until I figure something out, it's going to have to be email updates for now. Pictures to follow soon. Apologies for taking so long to produce my next update, I've been Posted by road_trip in Neil's Round The World Trip | Aug 21, 2006
  • Painted StormWe pay the money, we butcher the driver's name: "Toga? You like Animal House?" we buck and vibrate for several days across the wide Mongolian steppe toward the promise of a real night in a real yurt, or ger. Posted by finndog in This Path Called Life | Aug 20, 2006
  • Playing Poker with the Ulaan Baatar police "Don't give your passport to the Ulaan Baatar Police. It's just a scam to extort money from you." That was the advice I was given by a nice Russian woman on the train from Irkut Posted by GregW in Greg Wesson's Esoteric Globe | Oct 31, 2005
  • Trans-Mongolian rail reportI just completed a two week trip from Paris, France to Hong Kong via rail, most of the way covered on the trans-Siberian and trans-Mongolian railways. I completed the journey in 16 days, stopping in Brussels (1 day, 1 Posted by GregW in Greg Wesson's Esoteric Globe | Nov 8, 2005
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