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... invitations.: "Let's get ice cream? Let's have a tea? I would love you to come to my house? "And to finish, a touching:.." I want to help you, come to my house ". I will never forget the trust and Iranian hospitality.
Isfahan me ganhou logo de cara. Cheguei meio sem rumo e fui procurar um hostel no centro. Encontrei um muito bem localizado, pessoas falando inglês e pra variar cheias de hospitalidade. As avenidas são imensas ...
... of Christians down this way, to take advantage of the skills they had on offer. He gave them their space and freedom and the rest is history.
Meandered through the bazaar in the arvo, watching the world go by, people wheeling and dealing. I like the energy of the markets - whether it's trying to strike a deal, painting a canvas, banging out some silverware or whatever else... ...
... back to our hotel along the bank of the bone dry River Zeihadeh. We cross the Si o Seh bridge, built in 1650 but now shut to traffic because of fear for its structure. It is 298 metres long and its 33 arches are beautifully illuminated. The central arch is the biggest and we come across a jamming session by a guitarist and violinist duet, both of whom are singing Iranian lyrics. They are attracting quite an audience. Listening to live music is a great way to end the ...
We left the hotel in Tehran at 11am the next morning and had a motorbike escort lead us out of the chaotic city. We spent a few hours driving until we reached the hub of Islam in Iran, Qom. Here is a huge shrine mosque which we had great delight in putting on chadors (a full sheet for ladies to cover the whole body) for, until we soon realised how hot it was underneath. We had a male and a female guide show us around the huge mosque and its surrounding buildings. The girl guide ...
... would've bought it if I hadn't! The Baluchi is a lotus design from fine camel wool & 50 yrs old; the Chak Chak has Zoroastrian themes & is 40% silk/60% camel neck wool. I couldn't leave them in the warehouse once I'd fallen for them!!
Returned to the hotel to reorganize my luggage & check out.
Masi dropped us at the bus terminal. Our Scania coach pulled out more or less on time (1:30).
Passed another Tower ...