After some project work this morning (consultants have a hard life, we work on all days of the week…) David and I were collected by our colleague Bayarmaa, and we drove in her car to the Gorkhi-Terelj National Park. It was noticeably greener than the last time we visited, last month. We had a very pleasant lunch at this place with an almost Austrian look:
And had a view of some impressive hills, seen from our table on the deck, outside.
The drive back started out over pretty damaged, bumpy, work-in-progress sort of roads, and as we got closer to Ulaanbaatar, the traffic got heavier and heavier. At one point we must have been stuck at just about the same spot for at least 30 minutes. Anyway, Bayarmaa got us safely 'home' and we then left to address a nearby ATM machine and did a bit of shopping. Walking to and from the MetroMart, in the rain.
Dinner here was quite small, but accompanied by the very suitable drink, for me:
Note that this “Smooth and light premium beer was exclusively designed for well being of young generation”. Combined with its stylish nature, not to mention the Fiber content, this is obviously what I should be drinking!