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Still sunny and warm although getting autumnly cooler.
07.40 Left Tehran. Took a while to get through the traffic jams but eventually got on to a 3-lane motorway travelling north-west through a wide valley with a mixture of light industry and agriculture.
At Soltaniyeh, saw the largest brick-domed building in the world, the …
At the daily Rider Meeting we learn the route for the following day as recorded on a whiteboard. For the seasoned riders this ride 'will be pretty easy' and routine relative to all they have been through together. Rough terrain, heat and hills. For me, though I've done several 100 km rides, this one is different. I need to preserve my confidence and conserve my energy for the many days ahead. I ...
Morning given over to driving across the dry hills and high plateau to Zanjan - thinly populated, only a handful of folk who scrape a living tending small flocks of brown sheep & goats. They huddle in poor mud & straw villages amidst the mineral hills. These are striped red & green/grey (iron, copper?) and alternatively a sandy dun. Wide but bone dry riverbeds. In winter it would be under snow for months...a ...
We arrived at Soltaniyeh just before midday.
As you enter the town there was another big board with many faces on it.
This is very common in every town or city that you enter in Iran and it is the face of Martyrs that have died fighting for the country. We thought it is very nice in that if a man is from a certain city and he has died fighting, he will be forever remembered and seen in public ...
Original posting... "PLEASE BE PATIENT WITH UPDATES FROM IRAN, THE INTERNET IS STRONGLY FILTERED HERE BY THE AUTHORITIES AND WE ARE ONLY MANAGING TO SET THE MAP PINS THROUGH A PROXY SERVER CALLED DYNAWEB, AS THIS WEBSITE IS BLOCKED HERE." now we can update.
Zan Jan is a very small city, not at all touristy. There is nothing
really to see here, it is just a northern Iranian city with people going
about their day to day lives.