13 Following The Path Of The Legendary Genghis Khan

Following The Path Of The Legendary Genghis Khan

Posted on August 3, 2011 by kulichik


Today we'll cross the border of Mongolia following the road of ancient monuments.


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The hotel at the border offers nice home-made food.

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13 Responses to “Following The Path Of The Legendary Genghis Khan”

  1. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. Mongolians are cool, nice post.

  2. Finnish Alcoholics Online says:

    I see there no man I could sleep with.

  3. testicules says:

    Pretty hot singer. I thought we were going to get another pro-homo post with the guys wrestling in speedos. What a relief it was just sport

  4. Russian Fan says:

    Wow, what a hot Mongolian chick.

  5. Musa says:

    I love the music. Excellent Post, Thanks.

  6. Akasha says:

    absolutely love the landscape, so remote

  7. Vladimir Kobikchov says:

    I viewed a short documentary on vbs.tv earlier about Mongolian yak racing. It was truly fascinating.

  8. René De Beaumarchais says:

    Very interesting.

  9. OLUT says:

    400 US for pies and tea? That’s like 12 000 rubles! It BETTER cure turberculosis, being that expensive.

  10. Akskl says:

    I like Khaklkha-Mongols, but
    falcons-eagles hunting, the kumiss (fermented mares’ milk) drinking, and the “balbal” statues are not their traditions. Their are Kazakh and proto-Kazakh ones. And the Genghis Khan’s so-called “Mongols” are practicalaly not related to the modern Khaklha-Mongols, because they spoke Turkic language (similar to the modern Kazakh language):
    http://www.chinahistoryforum.com/index.php?showtopic=11740

  11. Jorjo says:

    did you pay the $400 per person for tea and pie? what if you don’t want to pay as it is obviously a rip-off? is there violence against travelers in such cases? thanks, J.

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