Mongo, interpreter working with AVSF or Agronomists and Veterinarians Without Borders a French NGO for whom I do voluntary media work, enjoys the view of downtown Ulaanbaatar from her office window.
I pop by to visit AVSF or Agronomists and Veterinarians Without Borders, a French NGO for whom I do voluntary media work. This is Mongo, their interpreter at her work desk which provides a mighty fine view of downtown Ulaanbaatar.
No hectic work day is complete without a pop by the French bakery in town for a quick cuppa. Alex, the owner is glued to the net between customers and provides for quick conversations about latest technology and French politics. Makes me want to run a café to add to my scribe income.
I pop by on my client visiting round to visit Joey in his studio. He's a young artist who also does tattoos apart from a host of other creative things. Caught him just as he was preparing the needle to continue on a friend's tattoo.
This is my living cum work space in an old 50's Soviet-era apartment block - greasy wallpaper but fancy doorknobs. I'm a freelancer and a rather undisciplined one, which is why I'm still in my PJ's at 12.30 pm but hard at work. I need to get out to do my round of visits.
This is a Soviet-era apartment block that marks my neighborhood. A typical sunny center court yard invites passers by to lounge. About a hundred of these apartment blocks mark downtown Ulaanbaatar adding a certain period charm to an otherwise charmless city.
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