Delicacies from a traditional Sardinian meal

July 17, 2014
Europe

Now in July, just for a little summer break from Rome’s hustle and bustle, I came up with the bright idea to spend a long weekend in Sardinia to enjoy some good sun and beach time. Or so I thought. From last Thursday, day of my arrival, right until Monday, when I came back to Rome, in fact, I was welcomed with rain, wind and cold-ish temperatures. Not wintery ones, but …Read the Rest

Firouz Sherbat cafe, hidden gem in Isfahan’s Armenian district

Firouz Sherbat cafe, hidden gem in Isfahan’s Armenian district
July 11, 2014
Iran

When you travel, some of the most memorable moments are the unplanned ones, and this is precisely what happened when …Read the Rest

Tabriz Bazaar, Iran’s oldest market – a photo journey

Tabriz Bazaar, Iran’s oldest market – a photo journey
July 7, 2014
Iran

I have written about Tabriz Bazaar already in two posts, in the one about the best things to do in …Read the Rest

Things to do in Tabriz, the City of Firsts

Things to do in Tabriz, the City of Firsts
July 5, 2014
Iran

Known as the “city of firsts”, Tabriz is the capital of Iranian northern province of East Azerbaijan and hometown of …Read the Rest

The world in a door, nuances of Iran

The world in a door, nuances of Iran
June 27, 2014
Iran

It’s a tradition that belongs to a not-so-remote past, and while now it’s not in use anymore, the traces it …Read the Rest

10 places that will make you discover real Sardinia

10 places that will make you discover real Sardinia
June 23, 2014
Europe

It’s that time of the year again. Which time, you might wonder. Well, the beach season is approaching and many of …Read the Rest

A peek into my travel writing life

A peek into my travel writing life
June 20, 2014
Uncategorized

I’m not very big on blog hops, but when Rosalind Cummings-Yeates nominated me I was both excited because she’s one …Read the Rest

Pearls of travel wisdom from Shirazi poet Saadi

Pearls of travel wisdom from Shirazi poet Saadi
June 18, 2014
Iran

“A traveller without observation is a bird without wings” Saadi Shirazi, Iranian poet. Being this one of my favorite travel …Read the Rest

Lights and shadows, a psychedelic journey inside Nasir al-Mulk mosque in Shiraz – The interior

Lights and shadows, a psychedelic journey inside Nasir al-Mulk mosque in Shiraz – The interior
June 12, 2014
Iran

My previous post focused on the exterior of beautiful Nasir al-Mulk mosque in Shiraz, and, as promised, here I am …Read the Rest

Kaleidoscopic wanderings, the mesmerizing beauty of Nasir al-Mulk mosque in Shiraz – The exterior

Kaleidoscopic wanderings, the mesmerizing beauty of Nasir al-Mulk mosque in Shiraz – The exterior
June 10, 2014
Iran

Shiraz might not be as big as Tehran nor as filled with world famous attractions as Isfahan (except Persepolis, of …Read the Rest

10 reasons why you should travel to Iran now

10 reasons why you should travel to Iran now
June 8, 2014
Iran

You’ve been pondering, mulling over, thinking about it, even planning, yet you still haven’t booked your ticket to Iran. You …Read the Rest

Top 5 Iran bazaars

Top 5 Iran bazaars
June 3, 2014
Iran

One of my very favorite activities everywhere I go, be it a destination I know or a new discovery, is to …Read the Rest

Painfully wounded Tabriz Blue Mosque

Painfully wounded Tabriz Blue Mosque
May 29, 2014
Iran

Tabriz Blue Mosque was built in 1465 under the rule of Muzaffar al-Din Jahan Shah, leader of the Qara Quyounlu …Read the Rest

Traditional Iranian food in Lahidjan, Gilan province

Traditional Iranian food in Lahidjan, Gilan province
May 23, 2014
Iran

After breakfast, naturally comes lunch, and in Iran every meal is a very serious business. You guessed it, after the …Read the Rest

Homemade Iranian breakfast in Lahidjan, Gilan province

Homemade Iranian breakfast in Lahidjan, Gilan province
May 21, 2014
Iran

In Lahidjan, beautiful town in northern Iran’s Gilan province, lapped by the Caspian Sea on one side and framed by …Read the Rest

Powered by Gb-rugs.com - Rugs & Carpets