This post is all about the photos. No real stories, just wanted to look back and remember our time in Mongolia with some of our favorite shots. They are in no particular order and they may or may not have been in a previous post. They are just our favorites.
You may already know that some of our favorite experiences on this trip have been when we’ve been able to do some sort of art or craft with the local people. I’ve woven a copper basket in Ecuador, carved an ebony figure with the Makonde tribe and crafted a recycled metal ladle in the Tanzanian
We’ve had some requests for more details about the Mongolian gers (their homes) and we’re happy to provide! You just ask and we’ll always do our best to make blog entries on things you might find interesting. TELL ME A BIT ABOUT THE GER Inside, gers are one big room that maybe 10 people live
Just as you might have started to think we pulled this whole thing off with aplomb, I think we better come clean. Note: My editor said that I was “ranting” and this blog was “unreadable” and that you, our readers, would not enjoy seeing my angry side. I suppose the one thing a blog should
The Most Awesome People in the World The Khazak Mongolians that we spent our trip with were every bit as kind and generous as you’ve seen on TV. They will re-fill your yak tea long before you need more. When we arrived at a ger, there was always a humongous spread of dried yogurt, cheese, fresh