Trains in Iran

Yeah, that place out 'there'. Anything not really Cambodia related should go here.
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jayblues wrote: Tue Jul 11, 2017 1:34 pm Everyone I've known that has been to Iran and the Iranians I've met have made me really want to visit the country.
As an American, its not easy to plan to go there nor to obtain a visa.
But I'd definitely like to visit there.
it is not hard for Americans, the biggest drawback now is u need be on a tour ( either group or private)
http://triphackr.com/how-to-travel-to-i ... -american/

i went thru first in 1975, and went back a few times to buy carpets 76-78 ( there an Afghanistan)
I would buy new carpets and then the shop would put them out in the streets, i'd return 6 months later and bring them home and sell as "Old, used" carpets :beer3:


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In a nation run by swine, all pigs are upward-mobile and the rest of us are fucked until we can put our acts together: not necessarily to win, but mainly to keep from losing completely. HST
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Ah yes, i remember wandering around Kabul and walking over new carpets that were laid outside carpet shops, at first we would walk round them!
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I would *love* to visit Iran. Bucket list for sure.
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