Shayan International Hotel

Address: Sahel Square, Kish Island, Iran | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sahel Square, Kish Island, is near Dead City of Serjilla, Takht-e Suleyman, Bosra ash-Sham, and Ebla.
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    Travel Blogs from Kish Island

    Discover Kish, swimming, snorkelling

    A travel blog entry by longtail on Mar 19, 2012

    ... York Times in 2010, and is the fourth most visited vacation destination in the Middle East after Dubai, U.A.E, and Sharm el-Sheikh. Foreign nationals wishing to enter Kish Free Zone from legal ports are not required to obtain visas prior to travel. Valid travel permits are stamped for 14 days by airport and Kish port police officials.

    Though being a very small island, there are many attractions around the island that make it a tourist ...

    Iran - Kish Island

    A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Jun 19, 2009

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    ... up by questions about his work history. Periodically, throughout this lengthy Q and A, the interrogator would ask a question he had asked previously and then check my answer against his now lengthy notes for inconsistencies. I had been completely truthful throughout the interview except for two omissions: my prior military service and my father's. I didn't see anything good coming out of mentioning those little tidbits. At any rate, I apparently passed ...

    Yazd to Kish (via Rafsanjan and Kerman)

    A travel blog entry by steveandwill on Oct 15, 2008

    ... a Mosque in Qom (because we were Christians) and sleeping two nights on the streets - in Qom and Isfahan respectively - we had a great time hitching the 1000kms south with Milad. It makes hitch-hiking even easier when you have a native speaker to translate your intentions more exactly, especially because half of the Iranian people are taxi drivers and there is actually no direct translation of the English concept of "hitch-hiking" in Farsi. ...

    Out of Iran to clear Pakistan visa

    A travel blog entry by fiscarlos on Dec 17, 2006

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    ... to fly. So I only spend two nights there. It was nice just to see the water again and know that I soon would find out about this visa-issue, that had taking a lot of my energy. Bander-e Abbas is probably the poorest town and most conservative I saw in Iran, a lot of the women where covered from top to toe there. When I took the plane early Sunday morning it was on the same time goodbye to 3 interesting but also very hard weeks in ...

    Off to Iran

    A travel blog entry by chesteranaen on Jun 12, 2006

    It almost sure that you will have to go to this tiny island south of Iran of you are either waiting for your employment visa in UAE or your 2 months Visit visa has lapse. During my brief stay here, I was able to see the plight of different individuals from different country with their own story to tell. But definitely the island is booming and developing because of the visa runs from neighboring ...