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... de árvores, apesar do clima tão seco quanto Shiraz, percebi um cuidado em manter imensas áreas vezes, parques lindíssimos que dá vontade de sentar e passar o dia ali embaixo daquelas árvores. Bem, e é exatamente isso que os iranianos fazem. Como comentei, eles são experts em picnic, vem com toda a família, trazem seus tapetes persas imensos, garrafas e mais garrafas de chá e todas as delicias iranianas. Eles realmente sabem aproveitar o país. Viajam muito dentro do ...
... up to something!
I met old mate again later, busting out the infamous treasure map in search of another elusive culinary mecca, pun intended.. We eventually tracked it down... a cool, old converted bathhouse. Interesting venue... and a meatball the size of my head! Sweet.
Strolling home I also got chatting to Hossein. He reckons he has whiskey. This could be interesting...
... as she told us the story of how she was brought up in Germany with Iranian parents and had spent six months travelling Australia. She decided that since she had had such an amazing experience travelling she needed to give back somehow and turned to Islam in order to do this so moved to Iran where shortly after she met her husband. She gave us a new perspective on the Muslim religion as she was really just like us. After we had had enough of sweltering underneath our chadors ...
On the 27th, Reinier and Bram finally arrive from the Netherlands. We pick up our rented car first thing in the morning and start traveling towards Esfahan from Tehran. The ride is about 5 to 6 hours long and the barren landscapes we encounter are quite intriguing.
Gas only costs about 15 cents per liter here in Iran, so traveling by car is quite cheap. The government keeps the prices low in order to appease its citizens. Also, in contrast to Europe, gas ...
... on the N side of Yadz. The trip to Esfahan is a little over 4 hours mostly across high treeless semi desert plateau flanked by lines of mountains. We were starting at 1200m above sea level and seemed to be traveling on a flat plateau. In fact we were very gradually gaining altitude. The towns were modest mud & concrete affairs with the occasional old adobe cluster.....a ruined once fortified caravanserai out on the plain.... By ...