Travel Blogs from Esfahan
... if caught). We set up our base outside of a carpet store whose owner was a friend of overland trucks and had helped Suse sort things out that day. They gave us a constant supply of tea throughout the night and ordered pizzas for us for dinner. That night confirmed for us that Iranians are truly some of the friendliest people in the world as we had a constant stream of people bringing us nougat sweets, fruit and were genuinely interested in us and our thoughts on their culture ...
... look very austere by comparison. Old multi-arched, multi-level bridges built by various Shahs cross the (dry) Esfahan river. That night we hung out in a traditional metalwork shop with a friend of the girls. Masoud was a master engraver, working away on a new piece while we drank chai, ate dates and watched. Legit.
I had a great time in Esfahan, all thanks to the wonderful hospitality of this group of friends. It was ...
... questions, I found out she has relatives who took the people smuggling route to Australia a while ago… she wasn’t sure where they were, but the last time they heard from them they had made it to Australia but were in pretty bad shape. Her dad had thought about going to Australia as well but wasn’t completely convinced and decided to stay.
... and by the time we pile into our rooms and off to dinner it is 10pm. So at least it is cooler outside to be wearing all our gear, but the place we decide to go is miles away. A pizza place that didn't have pepperoni, even though that is what I ordered it looked more like chicken. But starving marvin so it went down a dream.
Our room in the hostel is a little on the hot side with no window outside only into the corridor, but this ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet