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Iran – Discovering the Traces of Old Persia in the Islamic Republic – Abyaneh. Episode 6

Ladies in traditional Persian clothes

Our next stop after Kashan was the little village of Abyaneh. Abyaneh is considered to be a special village in Iran. It is one of the last settlements where the Middle Age Persian is still spoken, the traditional clothes are extremely colored in a country in which the black of the chador is considered the “right color”, furthermore, because of the location at the foot of an almost 4000 meters mountain, it is very chilly in the summer… So many Iranian tourists choose to run away from heat at Abyaneh. Do not imagine that you will find mega-hotels, ski lifts or any other wonders of the mass tourism. There are hotels, but in the new city, while the classic village continues to be inhabited by the locals in houses made of red mud bricks with two floors – in the winter they live on the ground floor, while in the summer at the upper floor, with roads full of meanders and with an air from another century. read more…

Titicaca – where the lake touches the sky !

3 August 2012 Peru, travel stories 1 comment

Things to do in Peru: take a boat on Titicaca

3820 meters above sea level, Titicaca lake is the highest navigable in the world. More than that, having a length of over 230 km, Titicaca is also the largest lake in South America. And maybe because it lies at such a high altitude, the air, as much as it is, is purer and at night you can enjoy the beautiful south constellations, completely unknown for the visitors from the northern hemisphere. read more…

Tana Toraja – where the living live for their dead and the dead live among the living

 Tana Toraja

Somewhere, far away, among the thousands of islands of Indonesia, there is an island with the profile of a contortionist – Sulawesi. And, as the island looks weird, it is the perfect place to discover a unique culture which many people would regard it as weird… somewhere in the central areas of the island, surrounded by green mountain massives … Welcome to Tana Toraja!

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