Fahadan Great Hotel
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... people they just left the dead bodies exposed out here “where their bones were soon cleaned up by the vultures”. While there is not much to see on these mud platforms the view is fantastic, especially as we were there at sunset.
There is so much more to see in and around Yazd that it is a shame that we did not book a third night here. But we do not want to move our schedule around again so tomorrow we are off to ...
... but still used system) of air conditioning. The richer homes have eight vents in their wind tower while the poorer have only two or four vents. When you stand inside under the wind tower vents you can feel the cool air, which we discovered at a large wind tower in a garden. We started off our tourist day with a visit to a Fire Temple where there is an eternal flame and not much else. We then took a half hour walk through the back streets in the severe heat to a water museum ...
... all the men were engineers!
Great views as we descended....Amin produced a fabulous watermelon from his car boot & proceeded to carve it up. We four managed to polish it off in no time!
Our third destination was the town of Meybod. Its old quarter is a sprawl of mudbrick towers & walls that date back at least 1800 years. We visited a gigantic Safavid ice house, a domed water reservoir (with four wind catcher towers), a restored caravanserai ...
... not the alcohol just the endless options for things to do at night. I just can't seem to get excited about a night on tea and we're as yet to discover a nice relaxed tea house in order to do that. With the weather as it is we thought there would be an abundance of outside cafes. I guess almost Moroccan or Egyptian style - cushions on the floor of a footpath or under the shade of a tree - but there's none of that and the last thing I really want to do is sit on a ...
... cool. We found
our way onto the roofs with a little help from some construction workers nearby
and that was cool. Climbing over the
scaffolding was not so cool but the view from the top of the old town was
pretty impressive. You could even just
about make out our hotel from up there.
This afternoon brings us on a cake hunt for Gill’s b’day
party. She doesn’t drink much so ...