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... of a whole bunch of different herbs she had picked in the mountains. Iranians seem to be addicted to sugar and the crystallised sugar crystals they serve with tea are good enough to eat. After our tea stop we hopped into our minibus and drove up and over the mountain to get to another larger village where we had lunch. The tasty lunch consisted of a stew of beef fat, potatoes, tomatoes and beef which you pour into a bowl and mash up then eat with bread. After we had finished ...
... steroids only with cars instead of motorbikes. Everyone appeared to have two speeds..STOP and FLAT OUT and it appeared that pedestrians had absolutely no rights whatsoever even on crossings and at lights. Good to know. In the end he got us very close to the place we were going to try and get a room. (And yes we did tip him because he did a damn good job!) And I say try...as it was soon very obvious the whole area had changed since the Lonely Planet had been published (about a ...
... like we were living at home for few days. Everything we needed was taken care of by the tireless hospitality offered to us, including delicious meals cooked for us by his mum, coffee and tea at his aunt’s place and guided tours around Mashhad.
On our second night there a party with his friends was arranged to be held in the apartment we were staying in. It was at this party that we saw how young Iranians interact with each other when they have ...
Mashhad was always on the list to visit, not only because very few tourists make it this far eastern of Iran, and most importantly, it is also home to the Iman Reza, one of the holiest and important shrine for Muslims.
Being one of the most holiest city in Middle East & Central Asia, Mashhad is very conservative. My partner, was required to wear Chatdor at all times within the complex, which is available at the ...
... that i stopped listening to the guide and tried to take all in. I was in aww as i walked around the complex and took pictures with my iphone (cameras arent allowed, so i had to sneak my phone in, sorry for the quality). The intricute details of all the tiles, the crystal chandeliers that were hanging in the huge nitches facing Makkah, and the inlaid marble in each room....it was breathtaking! it was like walking in a proper islamic city....i can feel the vibe bouncing off ...
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