The train from Mongolia’s capital city, Ulan Bator, to Beijing in China was the final leg of our Trans Siberian adventures. The journey took around 30 hours and involved a stop over at the border to literally change the bogies (wheels) on each carriage. Changing wheels: smaller Chinese train tracks The railway track gauges in China are smaller ...Read More
Obtaining our visas: final planning hurdle accomplished! Our ideal plan is to just follow our stomachs through Asia. Then, if the budget allows it, to work our way through to Australia and New Zealand. We will be entering Asia via the Trans Siberian railway through Russia, Mongolia and China (spending at least a month in each). After China ...Read More
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