I would like to highlight the amount of work that PJ had to go to, in re-organising the Gobi Circuit so that the four ladies who joined us two days later were able to complete the trip but in a slightly different route. (more…)
I thought the Gobi trip was a brilliant introduction to Mongolia. The landscape was very varied, the pine forests, mountains and greenery at Terelj were magnificent. There were open grasslands, mountains, valleys, sand dunes and I could go on but suffice to say, the landscape was stunning, breathtaking, rugged, majestic and extremely beautiful. (more…)
Visiting Mongolia is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream for me. I have always been interested in the wilderness and have looked forward to visiting the steppes for a long time. (more…)
We had wonderful guides and drivers.
– Our cool boy Puujee and pretty but “garang” Ari who shooed away a guy who harassed Mr. King Hock. We also had the mischievous driver Tulga, “Yogi Bear” who hid one side of our slippers at Gobi and we all had to walk bare footed to our vehicle. (more…)
As the sun set in summer is very late, about 10.30pm, hence if the group can reach the camping ground early, dinner will be alright without any extra lighting. (more…)