Wow! Eight years since I visited Amber in Mongolia. I taught prenatal yoga in a health clinic, provided private yoga lessons in a Mongolian Ger Camp and public classes for other Peace Corps Volunteers.
Wow! EIGHT years. It seems like a lifetime ago. Here is Amber’s blog post about my visit, when we traveled through the Gobi Desert.
Traveling through the Gobi Desert
At the very beginning of July, my mother came to visit me from America. For the first couple of days, we were in Ulaanbaatar. She was able to meet some of my friends and the Peace Corps staff. We also went to some Mongolian museums and restaurants.
Then, we traveled through the Gobi Desert for five days. We organized a driver and English-speaking tour guide through Khongor Guest House. The vehicle we traveled in was a Russian 69, or “Jaren-Eus.” A 69 looks a bit like a Jeep.
Mother, Driver, Tour Guide, and I in front of the Russian 69 Jeep Vehicle
On the first day, we drove into Dundgovi Aimag. We drove for most…
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