Do you believe that Isfahan is Half the World?
Persia, now Iran, was once one of the world’s most progressive and developed civilizations. The Isfahan that we see today was built on the ruins of earlier civilizations in the late 16th Century.
It is not easy getting into Iran but it is rewarding to those that seek to understand the culture and the wonders of Islamic architecture that were constructed at the time of Shah Abbas.
This travelogue features the journey of a couple in a group of 23 adventures who spent ten days travelling though Iran as part of an overland journey from London to Kathmandu.
In this travel book on Kindle you’ll discover:
•what it was like to say in caravanserais that have served the Silk Road for thousands of years
•how we prepared for a night visit of cut-throat brigands in remote villages near the Iran/Pakistani boarder
•how we changed our dollars at better than 10:1 of the official exchange rate
This is not a guidebook. It is part of a series of travelogues set along the Silk Road. It is a record of the places, the people, the challenges and the wonder of so many “ohhh” moments.
This short eBook will be enjoyed by past visitors, and would-be and armchair travellers. Put your helmet on, order now and enjoy reading Isfahan is Half the World.