More of my Mongolian horse trek 2015 - with insects, birds of prey, horses, baby goats, more horses -- and video!
Day 7 of our horse trek was spent at the Genghis Khan Monument, a 40-foot statue in shimmering stainless steel.
This is the third edited extract from my Mongolia Journal, covering days 3 and 4 of my two-week horse trek. With photos! 27 June 2015 Lunch stop - Day 3 We’re at lunch in a long flat valley with a train line and a town in the distance. The night was wild and cold, and... Continue Reading →
I've finally got my act together and have started blogging edited extracts (and PHOTOS) from my Mongolia travel journal. If you missed the first post, it's here -- First Impressions. This post covers the commencement of our two-week horse-riding expedition. Owing to the nature of journals, events are not necessarily presented in sequential order, so... Continue Reading →
I'm now back from my latest international adventure, the focus of which was a two-week horse trek across the steppes of Mongolia. It was an amazing trip: challenging, inspiring, fascinating. And boy did it go quickly. Over the coming weeks I intend to write a series of posts about my Mongolian experiences. (There's so much... Continue Reading →
(Or, "Sometimes it pays to be a hoarder") In the very near future I’m heading to the Steppes Of Mongolia. To ride a horse. For two whole weeks. Squee! As you might expect, I’ve been planning what to take for a while now. I don’t ride horses all that often, so I don’t have all... Continue Reading →