Hello, all.

After my visit to the gold vault in Switzerland, I flew to Mongolia and took the Trans-Mongolian Railway to Sükhbaatar on the country’s northern border with Russia. I have interests southeast of there in the Gatsuurt and Boroo gold mines via a private company in Singapore.

I maintain a pied a terre in Sükhbaatar (not to be confused with Sukhbaatar, a district in Ulaanbaatar) because of my Genghis Khan DNA.

It’s a modest neighborhood and bitterly cold a lot of the time, but my place is cozy.

Of course, half of Europe’s males have Genghis Kahn DNA, but not as much as I do. Plus, I’m fluent in Mongolian. Since it’s a typical agglutinative language, it was easier for me to learn since I’m also fluent in Turkish and Basque.

I have a wife and three kids in town, but I don’t make a big deal of it.

for What Pegman Saw

12 Responses

  1. cool information here

  2. Imaginative take. Ah, that Ghengis DNA… love how you fitted in all those tidbits about the region.

  3. thanks. i liked yours too. 🙂

  4. What a globetrotter this guy is! Maybe he really does have more than a normal share of Genghis Khan’s genes.

  5. With a wife and three kids there, plus goodness knows how many in other places, you’re making a good effort to emulate your illustrious forebear!

  6. Shucks, and my DNA takes me only to the Netherlands. 🙂

  7. What a contradiction of a man – gold salted away all over the world but keeps a family in a modest Mongolian town. He’s a puzzle – leading a double life?

  8. Seems like that ‘good bit of GK DNA is making the rounds … 😉 Nicely done!

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