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Apr 9, 2015 - Update 4

Friday April 10 We've spent the last 3 nights in the picturesque city of Esfahan which was once capital of Iran. About 2 million population and is the greenest city in Iran. Tree lined streets,lots of flowers and illuminations. Some beautiful arched bridges. On one of them people sing at night. Not busking though, just for pleasure or to show off. People here as everywhere are so friendly. Bought some earrings and the owner drew a small sketch of a woman and gave it to me. The main square, Imam Square is the second largest in the world and...

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Iran, Dubai and Oman

May 23, 2005 - Kashan

Ya iba siendo hora de que me sentase delante del ordenador a escribir unas lineas, no? Me alegro de que (en general) las cronicas esten gustando, si bien tampoco aspiro a nada mas que ir contando un poco lo que veo, siento, respiro, etc... Bueno, todavia estoy en Kashan, una pequena ciudad de 170.000 habitantes, a las faldas de las montanas (por un lado) y limitando con el desierto (por el otro) Es, sobretodo viniendo de Teheran, una ciudad tranquila, reposada que a la vez tiene mucha vida. Es una ciudad muy muy bonita, con las casas del...

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Mar 9, 2005 - A Day with Ahmad

'Hello sir, how are you today?' The voice was familiar, and as I turned to greet my latest acquaintance I found it was actually Ahmad Pourseyedi, a portly septuagenarian driver-cum-tour guide whom I'd met last year. I was pleased to see Ahmad (and there are not many tour guides I'm pleased to see). 'Ahmad! I've been looking for you. How are you?' I said. 'You know my name?' A look of pure confusion crossed his face until he spotted the blue cover of the new Iran guide stuffed into my camera bag. 'Yes, yes, I am in book. You see me in...

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Andrew Burke in Iran



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