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Visiting the Tsaatan

  The Tsaatan, literally “Reindeer People”, are an indigenous community who live in the heart of the Darkhan Depression, a mountainous region in the north of Mongolia. It is a vast area covered in larch woodland and scattered with small … Continue reading

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Money Money Money

I have been asked a few times how much it has cost me to travel. So, though it’s not particularly exciting, here is what I have spent from the moment I left home to Ulaanbaatar. I will post the costs … Continue reading

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To the back of beyond by bus.

I have taken many buses in the past, but none compare to the most recent from Ulaanbaatar to Bayan Olgii. I am not sure exactly how far it is, (even Google fails to know! ) but somewhere between 1400km and … Continue reading

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Moscow

Although Moscow is known as the less beautiful compared to St Petersberg, still it’s oldest buildings seem to have been built for no other reason than decadence. They are extravagant buildings, built from beautiful stone with spires and golden roofs. … Continue reading

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A Berlin Protest…

It was late morning, and Jordi’s housemate casually mentioned that he was going to go to a demonstration later that day. Ever curious what these things are like in countries other than my own, and with nothing better to do … Continue reading

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Berlin

I have been on the road again for a week already, and even if I am not, time is flying. I spent the first couple of days travelling and I’ve noticed it feels so easy this time, partly because I … Continue reading

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