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... the amount
The customs document we had to bring the micra in on, had it valued at a
figure close to 10 thousand US dollars. So the tax liability was 30
Its a good disincentive to bring it back out again.
Our problem was this, we had a genuinely nice guy at the border who had
taken out an insurance policy on our car effectively acting as a
guarantor that the car would leave. If it didn't, they were liable for
The journey was longer than I anticipated, and I was a damned fool for not bringin' any food or water. I wasn't about to start eating Jimmyboy just yet, but he and I were half-starved by the time we stumbled upon the Antonys. They lived in a small house, made from stones they'd found in the desert. The couple offered me and Jimmyboy a night's stay in their home. The wife was a ripe tomato, but her fella didn't take too ...
Early morning starts with a trip to a nanvayi or bread shop. Fresh bread in hand young and old, women and men can be seen hurrying back home to attend to the gurgling samovar for tea and the usual spread of bread, cheese and most often home-made preserves. Children and adults alike scurry around getting ready for the day ahead. School kids with their backpacks meet up with their friends in the alleys and chat excitedly on their way to school. It is surprising to see such a ...
... the transition from traditional separation of the anderouni and birouni with the elegant turquoise pillared arches, thus bringing in the modern times. He also designed the additional spaces to house the various requirements. Selma and Mohsen together used their earnings (as professors at the University of Tehran) to collect art works from within Iran as well as abroad. Mohsen is known to have paid workmen a little extra to remove tiles with care ...
... able to acquire many such works of art as well as pieces by Kamal-ol-molk and miniature paintings from the 13-20 century. The Malek museum has a collection of coins dating back 3000 years to the Achaemenid era, Greece and the Byzantine rulers. There is also a section dedicated to calligraphy and exquisite illuminated manuscripts from the Timurid dynasty. His daughter has also donated ...