Magical Railway Tour

World traveler and talented photographer Julia Gaultier didn't just decide to travel from Moscow to Bejing on the Trans-Siberian Railway. She also stopped off in Mongolia and then headed to South Korea.

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Russia! Day 1 - Saint Petersburg. 

Just another fountain full of watermelons in a mall.

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When the sausages are the priciest items in the supermarket...

Monument to Lenin in Irkutsk.

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Kul Sharif Mosque.

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Lake Baikal - Khuzir, Olkhon island.

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Traditional Buryat pagan sacred poles, Lake Baikal.

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From Russia to Mongolia.

Our tour guide in the desert.

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Hustai National Park.

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Our ride this past week - in the middle of nowhere, Central Mongolia.

152 hours of train later! Saint Petersburg - Beijing

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Hostel life in Beijing.

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Great wall pride! 

Throne attraction in Bejing's Forbidden City.

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Family portrait - Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, South Korea.

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On top of Seoul - N Seoul Tower.

Food mall chat at Namdaemun Market in Seoul, South Korea.

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