The Mongol Rally is undoubtably the most romantic of modern day adventures. You heard me right; The Mongol Rally, romantic. Who doesn't get the horn hurtling across the Mongolian steppe in a tiny car wearing nothing but a Buff and pants crusty from 3 weeks of dust? The libido of a Mongol Rallier is like a jugonaught of lust; big, powerful and not particularly subtle.
What you mean there's a difference between sexual urges and love? OK, it might be a bit harder to prove, but love does indeed flourish on the Rally, and 2012 could be the most romantic year yet. We've had Neil & Helen Melville-Kenney from Uncertainty Principle (above left) who took their honeymoon on the Rally, we've had Aruna & Sebastien from Canuck the Dots who were so enamoured on the rally they became engaged at the Derweze Crater in Turkmenistan (above right) - I know what you're thinking; proposing at the Gates of Hell sets you up for married life something special. As well as this though we've just seen the wedding of two Mongol Rally veterans Sean & Sam from Brown Cow Independant Taxis who recently tied the knot in sunny Nottinghamshire.
Here comes the bride...
Get the boring ceremony stuff out of the way and crack on with the party
I hope she washed that Buff before she used it as a garter
Seans smiling now, but he's yet to be told of the Mongolian tradition of the groom having to break a sheeps neck on his wedding day
Traditional Mongolian wrestling, perfect for any occasion
Shot-skis with every Ralliers favourite Chinggis vodka
After 10,000 miles in a little car together wedded life will be a breeze