Last day in Tehran

April 1

Sheesh! It sure has taken me a long time to get back to this. I have been rather obstinate in my decision to avoid posting. I haven’t been able to pinpoint just why, but here I am again at last.

Our last day and we awoke to rain.


Megan and Shahid taking pictures in the rain

The first on our trip, which flew by, and we got but just a wee taste of this vast and amazing country. Before we had to check out and head for the airport, we visited the National Museum of Iran. We scrambled through the rain to get to there. It begins with displays from prehistoric times and includes pottery, carvings, and other artifacts, which date from at least as far back as 7000 years ago.

The journey to the airport was spent in reflection, exchanging contact information and then suddenly we having to say goodbye to Ali and Majid, our guide and driver. Spending a week with them made them feel almost like family. It was truly a trip of a lifetime!

1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Judy Taft
    Sep 10, 2016 @ 00:49:29

    Thanks so much for sharing. All is so wonderful and amazing! What a fabulous experience you have had! So grateful that you have been able to capture so much in picture and word. Where will you visit next? Please continue to enjoy and share!
    Love, Judy


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