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Entering Iran was like entering a black and white movie, it all turned gray and colourless. At the border it was all very serious. We entered the country in which chess had just been legalized, wearing long black veils, under the scorching summer sun. Women must cover their head, and neck, wrists and ankles cannot be shown, the punishment for a …
The drive to Tabriz took a while as we were stopped several times by the
police at the motorway checkpoints. They always asked where we were
from offering help and welcoming us to Iran. When we arrived to the city
we were terrified with absolutely crazy drivers.
junction without pushing into other cars and tooting 10 times at the same
time turned out to be impossible.
Peter had to adjust to ...
... life. Those people are still living there. I asked the guide if he would live in there. He said no, he prefer Tabriz than cave. You know city keeps you busy all the time. Cave are nowhere as busy as in city. On the other hand, cave dwellers are privatised. Not under "communism" controlled and they can do whatever they wish. Tabriz are "communism" controlled, police and security could corrupt your life in city, than at the cave village. Interesting point of view towards living in ...
... in our clothes. We don't find shadow and we try to rest in the mimimal shadow that the motorbike creates. We rest a little while. From a hill - so silently that we both jump - comes three farmer ladies. They say something friendly and starts to walk away from us again. Suddenly one of the lady returns to us, says something and starts to run from where they originally came from. After 6-7 minutes she is back with us while the two other ladies ...
... family will meet us at a certain point. He drives ahead of us and when we stops finally outside a restaurant he says he has changed his plans – driving far away to another town to meet his auntie – and that he instead will take us for dinner in a nice place and then that we can sleep in his aunties house in a nice place in Tabriz (the second biggest town in Iran). The weather is hot and nice – about 30-35 C average day time – a little bit ...
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