By Sara Barbieri Flying into Ulaanbaatar is akin to landing in a green ocean with the waves of the steppe greeting your gaze from the window of the plane.  The buildings, Russian cinder block, modern glass skyscrapers, and even the gers (yurts) that snuggle right up to the concrete, all vie to announce
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Camel ride Rawak Ruins Western China
A Journey through Mongolia, China, and Korea Co-Sponsored by UCLA Extension By Dr. E.C. Krupp, Director of the Griffith Observatory As the earth continues to travel in its orbit, the sun moves closer to the descending node of the moon’s orbit where the moon and the sun will meet in total solar eclipse on 22...
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