The Mongolia Charity Rally is an epic 10,000 mile pan-continental roadtrip for charity across mountain ranges, deserts, and more barren and inhospitable lands than you'd care to shake a gear stick at, that starts in London with its final destination in the ancient Mongol capital of Ulaanbaatar, to support Go Help's flagship ambulance service in Mongolia!
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The Rusty Rhino, the car used by the Rusty Rhinos for the Mongol Rally 2007. A Suzuki SJ410 with a 1L engine that managed to carry us almost 8,500 miles (over 13,500 KM) from London, England to Ulan Bataar, Mongolia
Mongol Rally - Three Weeks Into the Unknown (2010) by John Andrew Irving. Ryn-Peski Desert, Kazakhstan: "Alongside the road there were occasional herds of cows and wild horses, grazing, on whatever scrub they could find in the wilderness of the steppe. And camels. The camels appeared to have no concern that they were on a road, and simply lay there as we approached with absolutely no intention of moving, so we had to come off the road and drive around them."
Meet my team, Gotham Gallivanters. We'll be roaming a big part of the world for the next 6-7 weeks in The Mongol Rally to raise money for UNICEF and Cool Earth. Join us in our quest, follow us on facebook and donate a penny or two to our charities. @Gothamrally #7daysleft #mongolrally2016 #mongolrally #charity #fundraising #gothamgallivanters #travel #wanderlust #explore #travelstoke #adventure #Centralasia #Europe #Iran #Mongolia #Russia #roamearth