MONGOLIA

Twelve Doors and Doorways Around the World

A Photo Essay featuring Doors and Doorways from Around the World We like doors and doorways, they are easy to photograph, they don’t move out of your shot unexpectedly, they are happy to pose for as long as it takes and they don't ask for any money after you have...

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Friday Flashback | Mongolian Eagle Dance

Welcome to the first post in a brand new series - Friday Flashback. The focus of Friday Flashback is on a photograph from our past travels - it may be one taken over the past few months, possibly from a year or so ago or it may be a photo from deep in our travel...

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Five Years of Travel: Our Top 5

Five of our most memorable experiences from five years of travel Today, 30 November, marks the 5 year anniversary of leaving the UK. When we boarded our flight at Heathrow on that grey winter morning I don’t think either of imagined that we’d still be travelling 5...

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Adventures in Mongolia

05 July to 22 July 2010 As I write this, we are part way into the 31 hour train journey from Ulaan Bator to Beijing - plenty of time to reflect on our Mongolian experience.  It's been an interesting 3 weeks and I've really enjoyed what we've seen and done. Mongolia is...

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All Aboard … the Trans Mongolian

More commonly called the Trans Siberian, the leg of the journey we were taking from Datong in northern China to Mongolia's capital, Ulan Bator is part of the Trans Mongolian route.  We boarded the train at 2.15 in the afternoon for our 25 hour journey to UB (Ulan...

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