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Iran – Discovering the Traces of Old Persia in the Islamic Republic – Discovering Teheran. Episode 3

Things to see in Teheran: Golestan Palace, palace of Qajars

Our second day in Teheran. If yesterday it was a bit cloudy and ugly, during today’s morning I could see a beautiful sun. I went down to breakfast where the war against the Americans was forgotten when it came to coffee – the coffee brand was… Americafe… read more…

Guimaraes – almost live

13 September 2012 live report, Portugal No comments

Things to do in Guimaraes: visit the old citadel

Ufff… I just returned to Bucharest. It was a too short night flight to be able to sleep too long – it takes less than 4 hours to fly from Lisbon to Bucharest… not enough to sleep, although, Thanks God I had plenty of conditions – all 2 seats next to me where empty, so I had almost a flat bed. Such a luxury was not available in the business class. However, in the last 2-post TBU conference days, I went to visit 2 gems close to Porto – Guimaraes and Braga. Today, I will write about Guimaraes, the European Capital of Culture in 2012 and I promise to come back with a story on Braga, as well (which I loved it more :). But, let’s go and show you some places in this special town.

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Zanzibar – an Arab – African fusion

Get off the plane or ferry in Zanzibar and you will be transported in time and space – to the ancient kingdom of Persia, the Oman of the Sultans or on the West coast of India with its smells and rhythms. And this is because in Zanzibar, various civilizations and peoples met and merged, giving birth to a unique culture of the Black continent.

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Jodhpur – the Blue City of the Maharajahs

Jodphur

“Where from? Where from?” It is the 4217th “Where from?” I have heard since I got to India. It is the standard question which a vendor or a would-be guide uses to try to start a conversation with His Royal Highness, the Foreign Tourist, who would be me. “I am from Bhutan”, I answer bluntly. “It’s impossible” retorts the seller, amazed. “Yes, I am the adopted son of Bhutan’s King, the best friend of the Crown Prince and the fifth in line to inherit the crown.” The seller is left bewildered. Although I will often hear the word Bhutan around me, no seller will ask me where I come from again… Welcome to India ! Welcome to Jodhpur !

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