Category Archives: Iran

Hell on earth

Bam/Zahedan/Taftan, 20 degrees Celcius Patience turned out to be a real virtue. On December 11th we started our journey from Bam to the border of Pakistan with four other people! Overlanders Minna and Rami from Finland (Yamaha Tenere) and Sandan … Continue reading

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King of kings

Shiraz/Neyriz/Kerman/Bam, sunny days with the occasional heavy downpour Next on our itinerary were Shiraz and the nearby world-famous, historical site of Persepolis. En route we passed the flying eagle rock and got soaked by extreme downpour. We sought and found … Continue reading

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Deserts and crowds

Yazd, cold days and even some rain… Our first desert experience, on the road to Yazd, was a bit colder than expected. Still, traffic signs warning for wandering camels put a smile on our faces. Unfortunately we did not yet … Continue reading

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The southern escape

Takab/Hamadan/Esfahan, from Indian autumn to freezing mountain passes After a few days in Iran, we realized that the northern, mountainous part of Iran would soon become too cold to ride. So we needed to head South fast, away from the … Continue reading

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Go to Iran!

Marand/Tabriz/Urmia/Bukan, cloudy and quite cold Finally a post for those of who you who have been eagerly awaiting stories about our Iranian adventures. Last few weeks we purposely did not update our blog, due to possible political implications. Next to … Continue reading

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