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Iran – Discovering the Traces of Old Persia in the Islamic Republic – Kashan. Episode 5

Monuments of Kashan: old villa

We wake up early in the morning. We want to arrive as quickly as possible to Kashan. So, we are the first wanderers at breakfast, we take our backpacks, we pay for our hotel and off we go towards the Teheran underground!

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A Weekend in Sibiu

Historical cities of TransylvaniaTo be honest it’s pretty hard to write down my thoughts right now. I don’t usually write my articles while still “fresh in my heart and mind”, I wait a bit longer, so my thoughts, my impressions and my feelings settle down. But now I really cannot avoid writing about the weekend I spent in Sibiu. And not because the other participants to the bloggers trip already filled the internet with the story of our trip to Sibiu, but because I still have a smile on my lips following this weekend, although I traveled for 5 hours and a half by bus coming from Sibiu at 40 degrees (outside) and about 30 (inside). By the way if you plan on going to Sibiu by bus try riding a Fany or Dacos bus, as they have better buses. But let’s not digress. read more…

Photo Story: Hvar, Croatia

Sights of Croatia: Old town of Hvar

It is one of the sunniest towns of Croatia and of Europe. But, on top, it has a wonderful old city, one of the those perfectly preserved historical towns of the Croatia’s Dalmatic Coast. It has nice beaches (unfortunately, no sand) and some nudist island getaways if you hate clothes. Ladies and gentlemen, this week’s photo story is from the wonderful town of Hvar !

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