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Having these very interesting conversations made me forget the fact that the sheets were not so clean and that in addition we now had no hot water either. You only get to know people in the guesthouses and not the hotels so I am very glad we ended up here. In addition the French couple who toured Iran starting from Shiraz in the south then traveling up north gave us some really good tips for the rest of our trip. So putting up with cold showers ...
... stained) and no towels or pillow cases. So I decided that now a good time to have a migraine.
In the end we managed to get towels (luckily there was an English speaking person around who translated for our host who hardly speaks any English). We then made the beds as best as we could. I gave Alex my second pillow case that I had brought just in case and then dropped dead on the bed to sleep of my migraine. Our holidays in Iran are not really off to a great ...
... Well, before coming here my family and friends were really worried, because who doesn’t know the truth, believe it is a dangerous place. My mother thought I would have to dodge bombs and take care to not be kidnapped. And you know the only danger I found here ?? Was trying to cross the streets. Sahar took me by the hand like a child, because it really is crazy, a great adventure, much crazier than any of the big avenues in São Paulo in the rush, completely frantic. There ...
... We visited another bazaar that afternoon and a mosque next to it. It was fascinating watching all the girls walk through the mosque gates in their stylish outfits, go into a changing room and walk out fully covered in a sheet. We were supposed to be leaving Tehran the next day but ended up staying another night while we got a guide sorted. The previous morning we were approached by a man at breakfast claiming to be our guide who had all our passport ...
Tomorrow we will leave Tehran and venture towards the North. First Ramsar, at the Caspian sea and then Gonbad, in the Turkmen area of Iran. Should be interesting.
Then next week my passport should finally be back, I will pay my fine for overstaying and will be off to Nepal on April 1st (200 Euro one way flight from Tehran to Kathmandu with Air Arabia).
Happy new year, No Ruz Mubarak
Y'all take care now