The Diaries of a Jetsetter, The Mongolian Gobi Desert- Photo Edition
By Lloyd C | Updated June 3rd, 2011
If you’ve had a chance to check out our last post, The Mongolian Gobi Desert Part 1 and Part 2, you’ll see I have been journeying one of the toughest adventure challenges of my life.
I am trekking 1,600 km (1,000 miles) across the remote Gobi Desert in Mongolia. And covering over 30 km each day, all with my trusty companion Bumblebee (the Bactrian camel).
Luckily, I was able to upload a few small photos with the team’s satellite connection. And WOW! What a place to be.
This time, we cover The Mongolian Gobi Desert- Photo Edition.
I was able to upload a few small photos with the team’s satellite connection. And WOW! What a place to be.
In less the two weeks, the expedition has lost two members due to infection, injury, and sickness. They still have at least six weeks to go, so one can only imagine it’s going to get (much) tougher from here.
The Gobi Expedition