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Onto the Steppe

MONGOLIA | Thu, 11 Sep 2014 | By daveonhols | Views [401]

Crossing the border to Mongolia was a hum drum affair, enlivened only marginally by the changing of the train's wheels for the wider Mongolian tracks.  A young, cheerful Chinese lady collected our passports, a few people bought cheap booze, and ... Read more >

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