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Mongolia-Land of Nomads-Land of Beauty

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Hi? I'm Frank, from Australia studying in Shangai, China. Last summer I went to Mongolia, 'cuz it's very close from China to go there on the train, transsiberian railway which goes from Beijing to Moscow passing by Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia. It was my first experience to explore and travel through such a country where had beautiful nature and the nomad people with hundreds of years history. But they still living as nomads as before. In countryside, I could hardly see asphalt roads, electric lines..., except the towns and villages far from ulaanbaatar. Mongolian people were really polite and their hospitality gave me really nice impression. I went to mongolia by one of the travel agencies, it was named Chinggis Nomads tours and expeditions. It was nice. If there's anybody who wants to go to Mongolia next summer, i may share my experience.


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