Thursday, September 6, 2012

window with a view

Mongolia is one of the largest countries in the world and it was no surprise that we spent quite
a bit of time travelling in the coach from one place to another.

This is what Mongolia was like through the coach window:

The area became less and less populated as we leave the capital.

One of the toilet breaks from the 8 hrs drive on the first day.

It was a long drive but the view was awesome.

Another stop for a breath of fresh air and some stretching.

Countless awesome sunset view from this trip.

Living in the sub-province. No traffic signs needed since there wasn’t many vehicles.

Gers and brick buildings standing side by side was a common sight.

Similar low-rise style architectures in the provinces.

i really love the view of these residential areas. So colourful and cheerful looking.

Back to the capital. Traffic can be quite chaotic during peak hours as of any other large cities.

Modern looking buildings, very different from the sub-provinces.

A typical vendor by the roadside.

Arvaykheer/Zuunbayan-Ulaan, Uvurkhangai
Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia

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