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Yazd

We waved Fateme goodbye and took a taxi to town. The driver asked for 100.000 IR claiming it was 15 kilometres but used to their opportunism I walked away. 1,295 more words

Travel

Fire Mountain or Fire Temple, Around Baku

I hope this article will save you some confusion and miscommunication. As people in Baku are generally not with perfect English skills it is important to know where you are going. 346 more words

Azerbaijan

23 June 2014 - Humanity

I don’t care who you are

I don’t mind if you are conservative or liberal

nor if you are a communist or a fascist.

I don’t like that you might see this person or that person… 198 more words

English

Travel with me around Azerbaijan: Ateshgah

Hope you’re having a great day, my lovely readers!

I decided to start a new series of posts, called Travel with me. I love exploring new places, learning about different cultures and ancient buildings, tasting new food and having a little adventure and I want to share this magic with you. 643 more words

Inspiration

More adventures in Iran

I will soon be able to resurrect my other Blog “Persian Posts”  as we have now booked our tickets for our next visit to Iran. This time we are taking William with us and I am relieved that his Visa came through just this week so we can plan properly. 266 more words

Depression

The Last Zoroastrians

Yazd is home to the country’s second largest Zoroastrian community after the capital. But considering the latter has thirty times the population and only double the size of the community, the presence is much more noticeable amongst Yazd’s 5000 adherents. 59 more words

Iran 2014