There are no road signs in the Gobi Desert. Part 3: Snow

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  1. theroamingcoconuts says:

    Ahhh love love these photos! We were supposed to go to Mongolia in the fall but ended up in the Stans instead. This post is giving me a lot of what-ifs. Will have to make it there in the future!

  2. Loved this three parter, great to read about life in the ger and the inevitable complications with broken down transport!

    Thought you might be interested in this article from Al Jazzera on the introduction of solar panels to gers: http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2013/12/mongolia-nomads-warm-solar-power-201312813468350849.html#.Uq7TWM0xPvA.facebook

  3. Dave Rowley says:

    Mmmm, offal and stomach-wrapped liver…

    • thank you Kerry! So sorry I’ve not visited your lovely blog in a while, the internet is not always on my side when it comes to browsing leisurely, it is so, so slow here in China during the late afternoons/evening. Will catch up when it improves xxxx

  4. Joey says:

    More! MORE!

  5. Allright, all up to date with your Mongolian posts :-) Made for an ideal lunchbreak read. Really the journey of a lifetime you’re having there!

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