Good morning Ulaan Bataar  6 am – first Buddha / great experience 

We arrived early in the morning. Needless to say that I slept well after our little “border-action”. 

A smiling Oogii picked me up. Our first stop was to see a Buddha, it was nice but I guess it was more to bridge the time for a restaurant to open. Once done we drove to the restaurant to wait over 30 min. for it to open which didn’t really happen…. Hmmmmm

She called the manager, we waited for some more time after we changed location. They opened the restaurant for us at around 8:30. We had to laugh that it took us so long. The challenge us, that the restaurants don’t open before 9 normally. I was happy to get some food and coffee cause I didn’t really had dinner the night before. From now on the entire day worked smoothly and without any disturbance.

Next stop was to drop the things in the hotel and to freshen up. The rules to use the toilets on the trains are really strikt. 30 min. before we arrived they conveniontly closed them. Same actually when the trains stand still on train stations. Yes exactly!!! Creative is key here, that’s as much as I am disclosing. Part of the ride ……. 

As you can see the hotel had everything one needs and even more 🙂 

This one didnt take long to figure it out. The question is: why keep it there?

 

Meet Oogii 🙂
  
Right beside the entrance…
  
Last thing I expected….. I keep on saying this for years now , never underestimate the. power of naming.
  

Trust is good but lets use some proof in addition .
  
Cound not really figure out what this was for… also didnt really check to be honest…
 

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Moritz says:

    Haha, what a cool hotel. Adding some extra to the stay 😀

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    1. BB says:

      Indeed. The water boiler was kind of funky as well and so was the light-power-control-station :))

      Liked by 1 person

    2. BB says:

      It’s the small things in life 🙂

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