Rock carvings in spectacular Mongolian locations are remarkable records of ancient lives.
Dashdorj Tserendavaa started throat singing when he was six. Now in his 60s, he's considered the Pavarotti of Mongolia.
Throat singing, falconry and eating mutton dumplings with locals are just some of the experiences to savour in this remarkable country.
With only four international flights listed, could this be one of the least stressful airport experiences?
The flight: Hong Kong to Ulaan Bataar, Mongolian Airlines economy
It's not very nice on the first taste, then properly bad on the second taste, and pretty much undrinkable by the time I raise the bowl to my lips a third time.
Ten days, five time zones, two continents: this is one epic train journey.
I get plenty of 'likes' on my photos but I've realised the truth. I am a terrible photographer.