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Travel Blogs from Tabriz
started enjoying himself while driving in this chaos.
Ania was usually
closing her eyes. We parked up and looked for a place to eat. All the
restaurants were filled with people as it was just after sunset and
it was the Ramadan's first meal of the day. We finally found one
restaurant under the ground and had tomato soup and chicken with
rice. After the dinner we went to see the Blue Mosque but ...
... we visited Blue mosque. Obviously we were bit too bored and annoyed because we would like to check in hotel ad fresh up. We were too tired and distracted. Had to be patient go on with the tour guide has planned for us. Next visit was behind Blue mosque is a archeological site was discovered in 2007 while excavation for new high rise building. The site are graveyard believed to be in Iron Ages. Visited a site we could see old potteries and the skeletons, mainly minors or babies. ...
... waiting a bit away from us. She is sweating and breaths quickly. She have been running and is carrying and huge water melon that she gives to us! What a kind hearted woman! The melon tastes so nice in the heat and it's hard to describe the warm feeling we both get from this meeting. The women laughs a lot but finally agrees to have their picture taken with me - after correcting their hijabs many times and after approving the picture :) This is a lovely ...
... to fill up by ourselves or if someone will give you service. A tall guy with sunglasses approaches us and says on US accent; "How are you guys"? Happy to meet someone that indeed understands the same language as us we get to know this very nice guy called Pezh who will become our guide and host for a few days in Iran. He migrated to US when he was a little boy and is now back for visiting family for a few months. He tells us to follow their car a bit and that someone ...