Hi all! I’ve been sharing my photos of Iran with you this August and started with two of the most stunning places in Isfahan and Yazd. Today, it’s less of the dazzle in a place I feel no less warm towards, because today I’m sharing photos from the first place I stopped in Iran, the destination of Kerman. It’s not far from mountains, and the people are amazing. Because I met Dariush on the border with Pakistan, and we were both headed to Kerman. He took me into his family home and I spent ten days being ferried around Kerman as a guest, rather than as a tourist. I joined in a celebration where Abgoost was made, a sort of stew for want of a better word made in two enormous vats. Everyone was so kind and giving, and this is one of my favourite ever experiences I have had while travelling. So here’s a little look at Kerman!
Kerman market street
Thanks for joining me! Comments always welcome! May the Journey Never End!
6 thoughts on “Kerman – Through My Lens!”
Delightful post Andy! Being a guest is always better than being a tourist.
Cheers John. Hope you are well sir.
What a rewarding experience you had in Kerman. I can tell by your words that this left a profound and lasting impression on you. It takes a leap of faith from both the traveller and the person who takes them in.
yes you are right Caroline! Thanks for commenting!
It’s a great experience, sharing the real life of the inhabitants, seeing a city through their eyes and habits, rather than the usual artificial part left to the tourists. It’s a great opportunity.
it was a great experience without a doubt, one of the most memorable of my life thanks!