I am SO late writing this article. I've been back to France for a month already, I think I needed time. Back to where I stopped : I hopped on a train in Bandar Abbas. Before that, I had to print my ticket at the train station. I got into the service office, got in … Lire la suite de Train ride, Tehran, Back to France
The bus trip was LONG. I got used to “VIP” buses in Iran, which are also cheap, but spacy, they give a snack etc. This time I bought my ticket on the internet, took the cheapest one (5euros bus+ferry) so of course it was an old local bus. And as usual I am sited with … Lire la suite de Qeshm Island, hiking and hitchhiking
I’ve been welcomed to Shiraz by a way too expensive taxi but right after by Elahe and her mother. Those two lovely ladies hosted me for almost 5 days. 5 sunny days in Shiraz where I took the time to walk around, to stop for hours in green gardens to read, to eat local food … Lire la suite de Shiraz !
Hanie, 25 years old Iranian girl, she would deserve a blog post just about her. I was in Varzaneh, hanging around with those guides when suddenly this girl arrived at the guest house. She was different from everyone I met in Iran: short blue hair, colorful clothing, and sunglasses you could see in movies, tattoos, … Lire la suite de End of Varzaneh and Esfahan with Hanie
Once again I expected a little village and end up in what I would call a city of 14 000 people at an altitude of 1477m above sea level. It is way less busy though, I can cross the streets without worrying and Ahmad welcomes me in a beautiful traditional guest house. I am the only one … Lire la suite de Varzaneh
Saturday morning, 9 o’clock it is time for me to pack and to say goodbye to Mohammad and Mali. I met 5 French guys traveling together just before leaving and it felt good to speak French a little bit, to share our experiences and I could answer a few question they had about Iran and … Lire la suite de Kashan
(I am posting from a little city in the desert, not enough connection for photos sorry) Tajrish and Darband, surprising Tehran Today is my last day, and as usual I woke up at 6. My body is tired but won’t sleep more than 6 hours… Mohammad tells me that I must see Tajrish and Darband … Lire la suite de Tajrish and Darband