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What's it like to live among Mongolian nomads when you've spent most of your life in New York City? As host of the National Geographic Channel show Bridge the Gap: Mongolia, Chris Bashinelli is on a quest to find out. During his one-month, thousand-mile journey across Mongolia, the National Geographic grantee hoped to learn how nomadic culture is adapting to an ever changing and modernizing world. "Mongolia is one of the oldest, if not the oldest, nomadic cultures on Earth. The idea of a nomad is changing by the minute and might be completely different in ten or twenty years from now, if it even still exists," he says. #BestJobEver
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To share in that glimpse, check out the video. To see another one of Bashinelli's humbling experiences in Mongolia, watch his earnest yet hilariously unproductive attempt to milk a cow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PvS9arEjHzc

Learn more about Bashinelli's other work on his website: http://chrisbashinelli.com/

Be sure to check out the entire Best Job Ever series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLivjPDlt6ApSdbzgmWSexF3431900wSzb

Read more with Chris Bashinelli: http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2016/02/18/best-job-ever-living-with-mongolian-nomads/"

Living With Mongolian Nomads | Best Job Ever
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