Thanks for your honesty and showing your true nature and unforgettable lingering experience that I had with you. This experience with you tells me that - If I ever hear from someone like you, I know what to do. Luckily, there is not many people like you in the world. Thanks god for that! Because you are the most skeptical young woman who does not rest until you see worst from others. You were kept asking questions already on the page but I was patiently kept responding back to you until I realize you were keeping me on the loop of same questions over and over for few days. Eventually, I just stopped responding and told you "Maybe it is not right trip for you", and I thought you would change your mind. But you did not, you don't know what you want, why you want to go... had no purpose, you don't respect yourself and others.
The intention of our Airbnb page was never to have you to go there to tell us - how rustic dwelling was, how hard bed was, or how flat pillow was..., how rude I was, (actually, I was not rude, you were the rudest person I have ever knew - you try to teach me, rewrite the page and how to do business, sucked my time with same questions for many hours, twisting my good intention, insulting everyone including person who cooked for you for three days, person who kept you safe during your stay, gave you the most genuine attention, attacking the tradition and culture and at last person who picked you up and take you back safely) I grew up there and enjoyed nature, respected my grandparents who thought meaning of our culture and loved being around live stocks and riding horses. I loved jumping into Orkhon river and loved to sleep outside under the stars regardless of bugs or insects. That bugs and insects are much healthier there than the ones you have in the city. - It was our intention to have you to experience "How nomad family lived and still living for hundreds of years, how they survive and what they eat, how they farm their animals and produce and their traditions and culture.
1. There is no intention of showing boys picture on the page. It is up to us putting their picture on it, not because you think. Truth is they do not like to be there. That picture was taken two years ago when we started it. He is still the same boy except two years older and going to college.
2. They do their best for their cleaning, nothing surprising, traditionally, we do share bowl for airag and take turns, and it is traditional. Sukhee and Puujee make their airag very well. It is like fine wine.
3. How you would get to Sukhee's home can be circumstantial, riding through river should be adventurous, not subject of your pity, depending on the weather, Driver Javkhaa (even Sukhee sometimes) can take you directly through back road if the back road is already flooded or broken then he will take you front road and go through river by horse. Remember, you are going to countryside where there is no paved road. Whatever circumstances allows us, we tried to make it work and have you safe and sound and not dropping you into water or protect you from any harm. It should be exciting and adventurous for the right people. Not everyone's cup of tea.
4. Driver Javkhaa's around trip fee is appropriate. He picks you up from wherever you are and take you to Sukhee's (on the way, he does one stop to have you eat and also, stops on camels, if the time allows, he will take you to Erdenezyy and museum in the Khakhorin, then go to Sukhee's is not easy ride to take you there where nobody else can do it for you. If the backroad allows, he can go to Sukhee's directly, if not he had to go through front road to get you through Orkhon river with horse.
You mentioned Sukhee's son carried your cases through river - You should thank him not pity. That is how it is, if you cannot able to appreciate someone's effort, please do not pity. He is happy that he is able to help you and his parents. Sometimes that is how check in process go with everyone's participation. No one controls weather and flood.
I am excited to hear that Puujee was able to say "'pleasure to meet you' 'have a nice trip' and 'glad to have seen you' phrases. Some people would be happy with that. But you want more, and criticizing that they don't speak English even though, I was kept telling you no one speak English. If you really need it, if you cannot figure things out by yourself, why did you to go and writing useless criticism and wasting my time to tell you that again.
5. Culturally, friends and neighbors come and visit without telling them. It can be lingering specially when you have visitors, they come to see you and hear news. They have a way of knowing who is having visitors in the neighbors and want to say "Hello" to you and have some drink mostly airag (fermented mare milk) and very soft sake like drink that is made from fermented yogurt.
If you cannot read further than title, then just give a minute or two for "What does it mean "Live like a nomad!" = It is a survival in the wild and they are continuation of our ancestors hundreds and thousands of years lived that way.
ON THE HOUSE MANUAL:
"I hope you read this, it is not luxury room in the city. Only if you want to live like a nomad. That means you will eat what we eat and you will sleep where we sleep."
ON THE GUEST ACCESS: If you want, you can ride a horse everyday, or just follow me or my sons or my wife. You can get up early to bring a horse pack with me and catch foals. No one speaks English in our family but two sons may have a few words from school. So we will communicate universal way. We may not able to have very deep conversation but we can understand each other.
By the way, Airbnb page has it's limit of characters and instructions that we follow and able to put description and explanations within that limited number.
They should not even take you to Tuvkhun monastery within that three days but they did because they tried their best to give you a good time. Riding motorcycle should be fun and they are actually pretty good riders. Apparently, there is no appreciative attitude from you but critic. You were totally wrong person for the trip who does not know what you are doing.