First Person Account
You should take warning when thinking about travel to or living and working in Mongolia. I was one of the unlucky teachers who went to Mongolia in November 2006 at the invitation of Andrew Orgill, Orgilmaa Doloonjin's husband. The Ulaanbaatar stench is everywhere with no way to get away from it. Foreigners have to beware of cafÃ¨s, restaurants and groceries due to health concerns and cleanliness. The Mongolian police are worse than the criminal element. As in most of Asia, the Mongolian truth is a matter of cultural relativity and it is subject to change or it can even disappear as a puff of smoke. Even though the country boasts a capitalists society, the old Russian trained Mongolian communists' corruption still runs the country.