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... musical instruments, lives with her parents because it's too expensive to have her own place (not because she's under her parents' control), has no desire to marry or have children in the foreseeable future and when she does, it will be by her choice/on her terms, and she works to support herself and to enable her to continue travelling which she loves doing. I hope that she will continue to prosper and that doors don't start closing in her face.
We'd love to ...
... conversations or sudden interactions with locals. The people of Iran are nice, but the government is: bad, evil, ****..
That was pretty much the first thing you would hear. People are in general quite aware of the bad perception they have outside their country. So the first question will be when you get into a taxi or speak with a shop owner: do you like Iran? The good thing about this question, which you get pretty much in every country that you visit, is that ...