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... the honey and the feta cheese were the best that Alex and I had eaten anywhere. There are beehives everywhere around here and our host proudly showed us his own honey combs later. No tables or plates were to be seen anywhere. We were sitting cross legged on an elevated wood platform with a carpet for cushioning and dripped the honey on the pieces of bread we tore from the bigger bread pieces, the sun was shining and we had the most amazing view of Alamut Castle. ...
... quote in toman. Taxi drivers on the other hand quote just numbers. So we have decided to just have a stack of cash on our pocket, take it out when necessary and have the people take the right amount out of the stack. While I would not recommend this behaviour in any other country the Iranian people here are so honest and really like tourists this is not an issue at all. In addition there are so many zeros on the bills that it takes us ...
I was staying at Elnaz and her mum's place in Tehran, whom I'd met in Masuleh. I had the details in Farsi to wave at a cabbie... worked a treat.
All three of them were amazingly hospitable. They welcomed me into their home, relegated one of themselves to the floor to provide me a bed, and plied me with food... just what the doctor ordered!
We shot the breeze, talking about the differences between Iran and Australia, among other things, whilst munching on fresh ...
... in 6 days. I have decided to extend my stay in Iran for a while longer, spending No Ruz ( Iranian New Year) in Mashad, a city in the North West of Iran.
With this entry I just want to ensure everyone that I am doing okay and that Iran is wonderful. A more detailed account of the travels will follow once we touch base again in Tehran, pictures included. You will be able to see the route taken so far on the map in my blog.
Take care y'all
... safety time" into my Yazd-Tehran travel schedule, to allow me to make my train. But despite running 2 hours behind, our driver felt the need to stop regularly for cigarette breaks. Then there was a police checkpoint. Then two passengers nearly had a punchup which needed to be calmed down. Of course this neccesitated more cigarette breaks. My three hours in the bank was now a 40 minute deficit.
I got talking to the guy next to me, and explained ...