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All the ger camps have a restaurant where a fixed menu is served, often European style food. There will also be showers,
washing and toilet facilities. In most camps the water is heated by solar power or by lighting a fire, so it's not hot 24 hours a day and not very powerful. Inside each ger there is usually a simple wood burning stove, the same as in the homes of ordinary
nomadic families, and you can light a fire if it's cold.
Some camps have electricity, which might mean just an electric light powered by a generator, or in some cases there might be an electric plug where you would be able to recharge cameras, phones and other electrical equipment. It's best to bring spare batteries for everything rather than depend on being able to recharge equipment.
At ger camps the food offered depends on the cook. Often the food is of Eastern European style, but sometimes they serve such Mongolian specialties as buuz (steamed meat dumplings) or khushuur (fried meat pasties). They will give us a simple packed lunch to eat at midday. The evening meal is usually three courses.