Mongolian steppes

Hi everbody!

It has been a bit more than a month now that I started my trip and a week in a raw that I’m in Mongolia. I just spent 4 amazing days crossing the Mongolian steppes. Speechless !

Mongolia is an awesome country, bluffing, touching. In order to experiment typical Mongolian family life style, we’ve been driving to the West of Ulaan Baatar together with my 6 trip mates. 1 from New Zealand, 1 from Croatia, 1 from Japan, 2 other frenchies and our driver named Irka.

Pictures are explicit themselves, I let you admire them right away. Credit to Taka for some of them. Thanks!

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See you in Brazil !

images-2Congrats. Blues!

Well, I admit I really thought I’ll be the only french guys going to Brazil next summer… I feel stressless.
Who’s gonna get its tickets?? Let me know if you do!
By the way, here are the last news from Mongolia :
– My Chinese VISA is in progress, it took me 20 minutes at the Chinese embassy, and cost me 22€.

– I’m organizing a 3-4 days trip to the steppes with other backpackers.
– I’ve found few signs of sustainable development and social entrepreneurial activity in Mongolia. A firm which selling American bio products, even if we still can wonder if imported bio is really sustainable or not… and tones of Toyota Prius! I wonder if this car isn’t actually the most popular one in Mongolia, and I still dunno why. However it is really interesting to see no problem with electric batteries here, whereas in France batteries are loosing power while temperature drops below 0˚C. The only fair trade shop in Mongolia, a french-mongolian social local business which is making cheese while keeping traditional methods of production. And last but not least, a Mongolian lombricompost sold in a shopping center!!! to explore more!



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