Nain Tourist Inn

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Couchsurfing in Iran

A travel blog entry by hanush


I signed up to the website before I left New Zealand. It took me until Iran to actually use it though. I sent out a requeat for a couch to crash on in Isfahan, a large(ish) city about 7 hours south of Tehran. My inbox was inundated with offers of beds/couches/floors, and offers by locals to meet up, hang out and act as guides. So far the rumours about Iranian hospitality were turning out to be true!

I accepted ...

Give Iran a chance

A travel blog entry by kim.wherry.5


I don’t usually write too many blogs. I usually document my travels purely by photographs, however based on a number of negative responses I got from people when I told them I was going to Iran I felt the urge to Blog about my travels here in hope to dispel some
misconceptions about this country. In reality Iran is not the place the media portrays.

My main motivation for going to Iran was to climb Mount Damavand, Middle ...

Glorious Esfahan (26 & 27 Oct)

A travel blog entry by chagger1

How does one begin to do justice to the Safavid splendor that is Esfahan? Shah Abbas the Great made it his capital at the end of C16 & set about constructing a city that would impress. It was a high point of Persian art & architecture. No doubting the fact that they created one of the most stunning ensembles in the Islamic world. Today was devoted to studying the fruits of his labours. Two magnificent mosques, two royal palaces ...

A Royal Garden, Carpets & on to Esfahan

A travel blog entry by chagger1

Lazy morning.....the bus doesn't leave til 1:30pm.
A cool & pleasant day. Naser & Masi accompanied me to the Bagh-e Dolat Abad, a palace garden once the residence of Persian regent Karim Khan Zand. Built in 1750, it follows the classic Persian model but is rather large. Symmetrical with evergreens lining the long fountain, fruit trees (pomegranates, olives, etc) and the tallest badgir windcatcher in Iran. We inspected ...

Esfahan, Iran: City of Mosques & Fountains

A travel blog entry by samber

With people to see and places to go we were up relatively early to hightail it to the Turkmenistan Embassy in order to submit our VISA's. Arrived to quite a number of people already waiting there, sat around for half an hr or so before the little window opened and everyone rushed forward. No polite English queuing here. Upon handing over the application form, handwritten letter, copy passport and photo Sam was given a curt nod and told that yes we ...


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