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... and its observance plays an important role but to us it felt relatively low key. Hejabs and kebabs were common points of discussion with the comparatively few foreign visitors we met. The wearing of the headscarf was a constant reminder that we were in a country where modesty is important. While kebabs are the staple fare we did enjoy delicious Persian-inspired meals, characterised by the Iranians love of the interplay between sweet and sour spices and flavours.
... 3x before, the last time being 3 years ago. I was able to lean in on the turns, slipping the outside ski back a bit whilst sliding the inside one around to the turn direction and down against the outside ski. It gave rhythm to my descents and made steep ones much easier to pull apart into a series of shallow zigzags. I also found the extra control meant the zigzags became less frequent, I could ...
... students, fearful of another coup, stormed the Embassy and held 52 diplomats hostage for 444 days. Since then the US have ceased to have an Embassy in Iran. They do however have an "interest section" within the Embassy of Switzerland which is probably the first time the US have chosen a neutral option. The wall surrounding the former Embassy has a selection of anti America murals which were commissioned by the Iran Government. Down with USA, a skull in ...
We basically spent the time trying to navigate the crazy traffic, we found the same old hotel that we stayed in last time we were here.
Unfortunately we had to leave the Micra in Tehran.
It was a sad end of the journey with the car. We really did get quite
attached to the old girl. She did over 14 and a half thousand KM! Never
missed a single beat. Oil and water stayed where they should the whole
way. Only had to replace a light bulb and fix a punctured tyre. The ...