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The next stage our adventure will take 2 more days in Iran before crossing into Turkey for three Days of riding to a rest day in Kars. More hills will factor into our daily regimen including some great views of Mt Ararat. A photo of our itinerary give an idea of the climbing and coasting ahead. Our penultimate day in Iran was fun. It started with a very special experience, an escort of over 20 young men and women ...
For something different been stuffing my face all day, on some sort of Reza-run gastronomical tour...
- Standard fetta-like cheese on lavash (flat bread) for breaky.
- A quality morning ice cream.
- The tastiest beef kabab I've had to date... apparently a specialty of the North, courtesy of the countryside and cattle it produces.
- Qurabiya - an egg white, vanilla, almond, pistachio cookie type deal, also a specialty of Tabriz.
... I was a bit unsure of the 'ottoboos'... my Arabic numeracy ain't what it used to be. If I was reading the ticket correctly, we were due out at 3 o'clock on the 3rd June, 1393... missed the bus by 600 years! Bugger.
As it turned out I wasn't half a century late, I was an hour early... that'll do. The first part of the trip was pretty sweet, climbing through the hills, hugging the Azeri border. I met a lad named Reza along the ...
... touring of the region followed but first a comment on the driving experience in Iran. This Canadian from a small village reckons Iranians and Turks observe a simple 'rule' to deal with the apparent chaos: to the fastest and nimblest goes the right of way. As the biggest person in the car (a rare occurrence for me, the runt of the Hennessy clan) I was awarded shotgun ...
... he hesitated a few seconds and I could hear him second guessing himself 'but what if...". Needless to say he didn't reverse his decision and to my delight I'm officially a guest of the Islamic Republic of Iran for up 25 days. Aside from a few odd stares at my bike box, collecting our bags and getting them through yet another X-Ray scan was pretty easy. The Iranians were living up to their reputation of being very hospitable. We were ...
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