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... this is a big statement. Anyway we strategically waited till the end of Ramadan to enter Iran as the country pretty much closes for the month. After Ramadan there is a three day weekend celebrations and we had just driven into day two of the celebrations. Wow, if you consider Easter Log weekend coming home through Pt Wakefield, multiply the traffic by 3 lanes each way and then add a few extras as we counted seven cars side by side then ...
... a very effective pace line followed by a long stop in the shade of a "coke shop, a little store where you can get cold water, soft drinks, and snacks and often a place to relax in shade. These shops are very important to us on long riding days. This day was 147 km. We ended the day 3.5 km off the main highway in the sunflower growing area. It was bordered by trees on one side and a field of sunflower plants ready to ...
It had to come sooner or later - i.e. getting a wee bit off track (but not lost). I'm getting in such fine shape that an extra 25 km onto a 92 km ride is NBD.
The day started out great. Overnight was cool enough to force us into our sleeping bags, a rare occurrence, and I in particular got a great night sleep. I seem to have adjusted body and mind to the routine of cycle touring. We had a late breakfast so as to delay our arrival at the Tabriz ...
WARNING. This is a long post because it spans a full 24 hours of really good stuff and because this journal is as much for myself as my readers. It helps me remember what happened and how I felt. Feel free to skip the long winded parts and there may be others in the lazy days leading up to getting on my bike. The day began at Istanbul airport boarding a Turkish Airlines 0:25 AM flight to Tabriz with my friend Yasin and his two beautiful ...
What to write about Iran? Firstly, and most importantly, it is a place of huge contrasts. I crossed into Iran from eastern Turkey, arriving in Bazargan, a wild west-looking border town, complete with tumbleweeds. I was getting grabbed (physically) from all sides by taxi drivers, money changers and rougish-looking characters whose purpose I couldn't immediately ascertain. And yet when I did finally emerge from the ruck and board a taxi (full of trepidation) the driver turned ...
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