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... family that was having a picnic (Iranians have picnics anywhere we found no matter what the locations is even along a busy road). When they saw us they started calling out for us to come and join them. This is really touching and it makes me sad that when tourism takes off here this behavior will definitely change.
As there was nobody around when we hiked up the gorge I immediately took of my headscarf. It is really hot with these things and until I needed ...
... of our time in Iran that you all have to watch:
With Bram's and Reinier's departure something terribly stupid happened: I accidentally had left my wallet that contained all my creditcards, my travel money and my freaking PASSPORT in Bram's backpack. The next morning after they left I woke up to discover that my passport with my visa and all my money had taken a trip to Amsterdam. Long story short, the passport is ...
... hadn't done my research and was leaving it all down to the travel agent to tell me what to do. Thing is, they probably did write about this but things have been too hectic in the lead up to pay attention. Also, it was kind of surprising to hear the money changers say they only accept Euros or USD - I would've thought given the sanctions that the latter would be burnt on sight! So yes, ...
... sooner I would have extended my VISA. We didn't get up to anything in the evenings. I moped around most the time complaining about the **** food, lack of beer and being terribly hot and uncomfortable. How people walk around in the middle of summer covered from top to tail I've no idea. The first thing I do when I cross the border into Turkmenistan is take off this darn headscarf! TRAVEL INFO: Hotel: Firouzeh Hotel US$25 pn, private bathroom incl. ...
We basically spent the time trying to navigate the crazy traffic, we found the same old hotel that we stayed in last time we were here.
Unfortunately we had to leave the Micra in Tehran.
It was a sad end of the journey with the car. We really did get quite
attached to the old girl. She did over 14 and a half thousand KM! Never
missed a single beat. Oil and water stayed where they should the whole
way. Only had to replace a light bulb and fix a punctured tyre. The ...