Luggage and bags:
backpacks are the best
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: we were there october so thick clothes... really think clothes
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: wet tissues, sanitizers, face/hand towels (to be use for washing, water was icy cold), LBM medicine,
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: travel pillow
Miscellaneous: intant noodles, instant coffee, cookies and whatever packed food you can bring
Winter - Good warm hat to keep your heade warm and good winter clothing. Temperature can relaly go crazy as low as - 40deg cel.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Good to get your own if you are on special medication. Mutton may be to strong so it's good to bring some stomach medication.
Basic toiletries can be bought in town but not if you're staying at the yurt.
Photo Equipment: Easily obtained in the town area though it may be slightly expensive.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Good walking shoes are needed when you discover this beautiful country.
Under armors Mongol warriors wore special deel called khatangu, a long coat covered with several layers of hardened leather plates or even metal ones.
Boots also were covered with metal plates as well. Mongolian helmets had crest-like visor protecting the face. In addition, various cloaks made of leather with metal plates were attached to protect neck. Horse were provided with an canvas apron covered with metal badges.
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