In Summer 2015, Ciarán and I spent 40 days cycling across Mongolia. Along the way we encountered lunar landscapes, lazy camels, curious locals, sandy tracks, rolling hills, incredible hosts, idyllic campsites and stunning skies! *Warning: there is one graphic scene of a goat being turned… Read More
A quick video summary of the trip through Mongolia. We were overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity shown to us in Mongolia, we hope to be back again some day. Living it up in Russia now! We’ve been stuffing our faces with cheese and cake,… Read More
Mongolian food is very much a meat and flour based cuisine with not much room for fruit, vegetables or spices. A typical meal at a Mongolian restaurant, noodles and meat washed down with milky, salty tea.
An inviting gate on the way into Tosontsengel. A quadrent of hanging horse sculls. Idillic campsite, we thought we were in the middle of nowhere in this wooded hillside until an old man came rolling silently on his motorbike and offered us blueberries… Read More
Tsetserleg! A Buddhist monastery in Tsetserleg that over looked the town.
Ulaanbaatar to Tsetserleg We were kindly hosted by EK and his family in UB who helped us hit the ground running. EK chauffeured us around to pick up supplies and extend our visas. We had our first taste of marmot and fermented mare’s milk. Thanks… Read More