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Travel Blogs from Yazd
Traveling to Yazd ismy best experience of traveling.and the hole was the best all over the world.
... a few $NZ more) but I had got it in my head that I would do it by public transport (which cost about 20 cents in the end!).
(Brace yourselves for a lot of photos at the bottom of this page - Yazd must be the most photogenic region I've visited so far, and I went a little overboard with the camera. I love the blue and turquoise tiles, the contrast of the sharp skies and the brown walls and streets, and the vastness of the desert. ...
... 60km S of Yazd. It is one of the famed 999 caravanserai constructed under the Safavids to facilitate trade. Kamran, Rashid & co took 12 years to restore it. They have transformed it into a magical stop-over on any journey to Central Iran.
We settled in & later gathered on the roof to await the sunset. By then other guests had arrived including a group of adventurous older Australians. We exchanged travel stories ...
... light through fire so they built fire temples to keep a fire burning indefinitely. Not huge amounts is know about the religion or what was written, however it seems to be all about the battle between good and evil. When it comes to death they are quite considerate of the environment not wanting to contaminate the earth through burial or atmosphere through cremation. Back in the day they were hung in special tower and vultures cleaned the bones. Nowadays, yes ...
We decided to follow the lonely planet guide book from 2009
to do a walking tour today. Of course
that meant that we didn’t really have the best directions but we eventually
found all the places we were supposed to go including the coin museum. Which of course sounds boring but it did have
many little hidey holes where Steve could go and explore, I just sat and waited
most of the time ...