Trying to define India is like trying to explain to someone the taste of a Mangostein, its just impossible! I will not even try it! Here are some galleries to give you an idea of my VERY limited experience in India, it's one of those things, the longer you stay the more you realise, you have NO IDEA!!!
Malaysia, hustle and bustle, hot, overcaste, cheap food, ASIA, Jungles, Tapir, Monsoons, sweat!!!, cultural melting pot, lizards, exotic birds, orchids, Orangutans, beaches and cheap electronics.
As I moved by train across land from Europe to Asia, I was lucky enough to visit Mongolia en route to China. A fly through visit of 4 days saw me visiting Terelj National Park, Nalaikh and much of the city of Ulan Bataars "must see" spots. I found the people generally warm and friendly but could not stand the pollution of the main city, as a recent influx of people move in from the countryside, the cities infastructure can barely keep up with the ever growing amount of new arrivals. I was relieved to leave the city and to see some of what Mongolia is really famous for, its open landscapes and unspeakeable natural beauty.