|Trekking through Ih Gazriin Chuluu|
|Yeah. Now that's a good way to start your day.|
|And, of course, a few more TREX poses|
|Fresh noodles (with just a hint of roof), mutton, potatoes, onions, and even a few carrots! Whoa!|
|And it wasn't so bad. In fact, it was actually pretty good |
(to be fair though I think our taste buds were slightly off)
|In any event, look at that! Clean bowl club. Bam.|
Good for fuel. Bad as a utensil rest.
|Hanging with the Tsembeldorj family.|
|They played us some traditional Mongolian music on the horse-head fiddle.|
The fiddle is made from wood, not a horse's head. I know, I was dissappointed too,
Instead, the name comes from the top of the fiddle was has a carved horses head.
|And in case you were wondering what exactly our English-Mongolian dictionary looked like?|
Here it is. Pretty limited. Our favorite? "Hold your dog!"
It turns out this is a pretty important phrase because Mongolians keep big mean dogs for protection.
|How can we |
|What is this? A
The Ger has to be at least... three times bigger than this!
|Model Ger (foreground). Actual Ger (background).|
|Inside the actual Ger. (Dan sits quietly reading)|
|Inside the model Ger. (Dan shoves his hand through the roof to give perspective)|
|Here Jesse tries to catch a signal on the TV from the model Ger kit.|
Even in the Gobi there is still nothing worth watching...