Morvarid Khazar Hotel
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... skin & hair that isn't black (not that you can see much of it of course due to the compulsory hijab)!
Continued on to have a late lunch then went down Freedom Street (where all the revolution marches occurred, with tanks etc rolling down this street). Ironic that Freedom St is when the Revolution occurred, which took away many freedoms of the people!
Stopped briefly at Azadi Tower, one of the most famous monuments in Tehran. Walked down to take ...
... just boiled eggs, feta & Turkish bread) & we headed for the hills. Yayy! Time to see some greenery!
Since today was the Ghorban festival, we saw HEAPS of Muslim men gathering in one of the fields to pray ... so we stopped to take photos of course!
Not too far into the hills, we stopped to chat with some paragliders & volunteered to take them up to their launch spot. In return, they gave me a discount on doing a flight! Really ...
I always forget just how early you have to get up to make the 6am flight to Dubai (urgh!!), and just how long it takes to get from Perth to Dubai.
But then, once you watch a movie or two, eat your meals and do some work ... it all seems to fly by (boom boom ... yes, you're welcome ... the jokes are just one of my many talents folks!).
Due to the client ...
Alimastan is the name of the village (Roosta) which is located approximately 4:30 hours driving from Tehran. It is located in the Province of Mazandaran (Northern Territory) and is close to the city of Amol. The reason why this village and the jungle is called Alimastan, it is because there is a fruit called Alime, which ...
... AC). Ride was fairly interesting once we started driving by the shoreline. Lots of development, hotels and restaurants for daytrippers and tourists from Tehran once we pass Ramsar. The van is slow as it drops people on and off along the way. Finally we are all released at the side of a roundabout. The others hop quickly into the shared taxis waiting nearby. Chalus is not a major LP destination so maps are very basic and the roundabout is not marked. ...