Parsian Esteghlal International Hotel
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Seeing all these fashionable,stylish and beautiful women around me I felt exactly like all the other western women in the blogs I had been reading “frumpy, hot and tired with my scarf
constantly sliding back exposing my hair and my manteau even though not tight fitting so hot that I just wanted to tear if off”. Which was the first thing I did when ...
... não falava inglês mas via no seu olhar e seus gestos um carinho como se fosse minha mãe, preparando café da manhã todos os dias, foi passear conosco e sempre preocupada se eu estava bem ou precisando de algo. A irmã da Sahar, uma querida, uma mulher linda, cheia de cuidados também, quando eu cochilava no sofá ela vinha com uma cobertinha pra que eu não sentisse frio e me cobria. E a Sahar, ahhhh garota. Ela é demais!!! Antes de mais nada linda, um sorriso cativante, cheia de ...
... sight in Tehran- Golestan Palace. An overwhelming and opulent array of several royal buildings exist here to be discovered- our guide Amin suggested we just visit two which was sufficient. We firstly appreciated the marble throne. We wandered through glittering mirrored halls admiring the splendour in which the Shahs of old lived...
E: For a country nearing its fourth millennium, Tehran is a relative infant of a city- though the village has ...
Before we left England; "Why on earth would you want to go to Iran?" "Is it safe?" "What will you have to wear?" "How can you visit a country that treats women so badly?" (and from people who have already visited Iran); "It's amazing, you will love it" "Just go" On our first evening in Tehran, within moments; "Welcome to Iran" "Where are you from?" "Thank you for coming to our country" "Why did you come to Iran?" "How can I help you" and perhaps most emphatically "We are NOT Arabs, we ...
Tomorrow we will leave Tehran and venture towards the North. First Ramsar, at the Caspian sea and then Gonbad, in the Turkmen area of Iran. Should be interesting.
Then next week my passport should finally be back, I will pay my fine for overstaying and will be off to Nepal on April 1st (200 Euro one way flight from Tehran to Kathmandu with Air Arabia).
Happy new year, No Ruz Mubarak
Y'all take care now