There are no road signs in the Gobi Desert. Part 4: Rocks

4 Responses

  1. Dave Rowley says:

    Another beautiful installment in your Gobi story. I love your writing style, especially all the details that make the story come alive. My fave parts of this story are the goat butting you – that’s hilarious! And I loved the description of sitting in the sun and watching the falcons wheeling. Your photos of the guys silhouetted and the hand-holding shadows are wonderful! Your postings really gave the idea of the trackless, isolated, vast Gobi. Beautiful in its own way, but a harsh place to make a life. Like you I would love most meeting the families and staying in the gers, so excellent! Looking forward to the next steps on your journey…

    • Cheers Dave, you would definitely get so much out of the interaction with the nomadic families, it is truly fascinating. The trip will stay in my heart forever, it was so wonderful. I’ve loved reliving the memories writing it, even though it was only a few weeks ago it already feels like a lifetime ago!
      That naughty goat!

  2. Ayla says:

    You have been to so many amazing places on this trip and ones that not a lot of people go to. It all looks incredible! Hope you’re still having an awesome time xx

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