Nabavi Hotel

Imamzadeh Ja'far Blvd., Yazd, Iran | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yazd

Yazd - Kermen (Iran)

A travel blog entry by stephanieviolet


... long walk back. We drove for a couple of hours late that afternoon until we found some barren landscape to camp at for the night. We left the early the next morning for a full mornings drive to reach the city of Kermen. We stayed in a hotel here so all rushed into the showers to rid the layers of dirt and sand. Once we had done some laundry washing in the sink, three of us ventured out to see some of the sights although we weren't hopeful they would be open as it was a public ...

The proof is in the desert

A travel blog entry by hanush


... I promise).

From Yazd I headed out to a village on the edge of the desert, called Fahraj. Underscoring the history of this region, Fahraj is home to the oldest mosque in Iran, a humble little mudbrick number, whose minaret functioned for many years as a lighthouse for camel caravans approaching from the desert.

I arranged to head into the desert proper with the owner of the guesthouse where I was staying, a guy called ...

An Ancient City Moulded by the Desert

A travel blog entry by chagger1

... lanes).....This is an ancient settlement, one of the oldest towns on earth according to UNESCO. We visited a madrassa , a traditional baker at work & a Qajar era merchant's house. In the evening we went to another Zurkhaneh - interesting but not as special as the one we visited in Kermanshah (all those days ago).
Capped a big day with a meal of camel & potato stew (= delicious!) at the appropriately named Silk Road Hotel (another converted traditional ...

Meet The Zoroastrians

A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... sites so I took a leaf from the Iranian book and shook the box of powder above the ladies heads in from of me he signalled 3, which I knew meant 30,000. We then set sail for the Fire temple which is a monument for the Zoroastrian people, are you excited as well. I have read a little about the Zoroastrians and I was very eager to have a butchers. Well after a 20 minute walk we arrived at the ticket booth, and one of the guards provided the first taste ...

A sweet taste of central Iran

A travel blog entry by irelandbound


... for vultures to clean up. There was a fab view from up there, and some local lads were riding dirt bikes (no helmets, no protective gear) up and down the steep slopes. Same all round the world. There is a modern Zoroastrian cemetery in the vicinity, set in a walled garden. Apparently now they line the graves with concrete to prevent the 'contamination' of the earth (and the push for burial came from local Yazdis, who had objected to bits of human remains being dropped ...


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