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From Loristan = spotted these guys because of their rather baggy trousers. Which marks them out as being from Loristan, a mountainous province to the west with grass and waterfalls. The one in the stripy shirt was determined to show me all the hundreds of photos of Loristan on his phone. It did look very attractive. Excuse bad photo - Soheil took it (under very difficult conditions).
Converting the tourists - in one of the courtyards of ...
Isfahan got me good since the first moment. I got through aimlessly looking for a hostel in the center. I found one very well located, people speaking English and, as usual, full of hospitality. The streets are plant of huge trees, despite the atmosphere as dry as Shiraz, realized a care in maintaining large green areas so many parks that makes you want to sit down and spend all the day down there those trees. Well, that's exactly what the Iranians do. As I said, they ...
... of kilometres away stood a harbinger of their comeback, as the doorman at our restaurant sported a resplendent royal blue tunic with a broad gold cummerbund!A remote and minute distraction, albeit.
Mon 8th:For the first time since Istanbul, we were left to our own devices until lunchtime. What we experienced was simply wonderful.Back we ventured to Naghsh-e-Jahan; even the process of navigating our own route was fresh and ...
... and parks with lots of flowers. To keep it looking green requires much irrigation. So maybe it's no wonder that main river is dry and has been for the last two years. The lack of water resource is of major concern to the Iranian government and they are planning to build more desalination plants.
*Another day of sightseeing begins. There's a lot to do - this is Isfahan after all and it's ' half the world ' (SG cannot remember who is meant ...
... on. We sat in the square park for the rest of the late afternoon and early evening and got given popcorn, honey puffs, berries and tea by surrounding locals. We had one last spot to visit the next day which was an Armenian church. It is very rare to come across a church in Iran and this one had breathtaking floor to ceiling, wall to wall fresco paintings inside. After a look around the church and the neighbouring Armenian genocide museum it was time to head to the truck and leave ...