Memorable Journey #6: 28 Hours on the Trans-Mongolian Express

This is a guest post I did for Clara from expatpartnersurvival.com, all about the first train journey I did on my Summer Adventure. Hope you enjoy it!

Epic train journeys – they’re the stuff of many true travellers’ fantasies. I know I have always wanted to do one of those mega-trips, the ones that you read about in the travel section of the Sunday papers and think ah, one day….But actually are they a bit over-romaticised? I’m sure if you’re willing to take out a second mortage on your house, you can still pay for one of those ultra-luxury Orient Express affairs and traverse the countryside in proper style. But how about doing one of those famous trips without the four-course dinners and the viewing lounges? What is it really like? For the latest in my Memorable Journeys series, we hear from Rachel of Persephone’s Blog – who actually wrote this half way through her amazing trip from China (where she has been teaching) to the UK. 

MONGOLIA, Ulaanbaatar, Railway station MONGOLIA, Ulaanbaatar, Railway station

Travelling from Beijing, China, to Ulan-Bator…

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