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4th March 2015

You commented upon the national athem several times...
so you are probably aware that the king wrote/composed it. When I lived in Thailand, the king was revered, but there weren't all the billboard pictures of him and his family. Or people wearing yellow shorts. Today it's more of a personality cult. I wonder how much this has to do with the possible succession as he has been ill for quite a while.
4th March 2015

Sturdmeister!!
good to keep reading about your travels :) I would love to meet up with you for a beer sometime if you are back in the UK. I've moved to a new house, plenty of room for both of you to stay:) anyway, glad to see you are still having a great time!! Angus
4th March 2015

Sturdmeister!!
good to keep reading about your travels :) I would love to meet up with you for a beer sometime if you are back in the UK. I've moved to a new house, plenty of room for both of you to stay:) anyway, glad to see you are still having a great time!! Angus
21st February 2015

Good to see your back on the road sturdmeister. Travel safe. Glyn.
31st December 2014
Beer Lao and Grasshoppers for breakfast…yum yum!

new and interesting breakfast in india
I have heard this and saw first time about (beer lao and grasshoppers breakfast ).In India I haven't seen this type of combination in breakfast but think I have to visit once there and had taste beer lao and grasshopper breakfast once and I love to do this type of extraordinary thing . I hope had great taste with Asia Laos Vientiane........ Laos I am coming . and want to enjoy over there ................
14th October 2014

wow
it seems you not only traveled through Iran but you have lived an Ian life. there is this site i suggest for those who want to know more about Iran www.otraq.com
19th September 2014

the slower the better!
Enjoy, enjoy! I miss being on the saddle! Thanks for sharing! Lats year I cycled from Gansu (China) to Uzbekistan... The Pamirs and Kyrgyzstan were definite highlights! Great to hear you paired up for this adventure!
15th July 2014

Tehran
What an adventure. Thanks for sharing.
15th July 2014

Tehran
What an adventure. Thanks for sharing.
22nd May 2014

Need more news !
Hi Clive ...You provide us all with the best travel saga possible...but you've gone quiet...it's worse than waiting for new episodes of Downton Abbey !...we NEED to hear of your latest adventures .
21st May 2014

amazing hospitality
I've never heard of such hospitality before
28th March 2014

Thanks for your blog entry
Fascinating, inspiring. Loved all the photos
26th March 2014

Great blog
Hi Clive, I can see you are having a great experience, but I just wanted to say what a great blog! All the best, Tim @ Oldfields
26th March 2014

I wondered what had happened to interrupt your trip...
and am sorry to hear about your Dad's passing. What a wonderful chance to join such a wonderful family and the hospitable people of Iran.
25th March 2014
Kashan city

MAGIC CARPET RIDE
Your trip through Iran is like a magic carpet ride of some of the best known Persian rug areas...one of my favourites is Kashan. This pic reminds me of the mud cities of Mali but with a Persian feel...if this is Iran...sign me up!!!
25th March 2014
Iranian Shah Clive

THE REAL DEAL
What the heck...you look the real deal in this pic...and that's what memories are made of...great pic.
25th March 2014

Good on you!
Clive, I enjoyed reading your blog on Iran. In 2013 I cycled from China to Uzbekistan. The plan was to keep on going through Turkmenistan and then Iran but I had to get back home to please my lady ;-) ... Thanks for sharing your story. I can't wait to cycle Iran... in 2015 I hope... Enjoy India! If you make it to China, email me! All the best to you!
24th March 2014

Back on the road
Hallo, Nice te hear from you again. After I came home with my motocycle last year, I was working for 6 months. In 4 weeks that project will be finisched and than I will spend also again 4 months for traveling.
24th March 2014

Fascinated by your article
Hi Clive, How wonderful to read your blog today. Inwas thinking about you just a few days and had decided that I needed to write as I had not heard about your progress for too long, so your timing is excellent. As always you write beautifully and fill me with envy and praise for your big adventure. I have always heard how wonderful Iranian hospitality is, and despite so many dreadful stories in the news etc which we both know scaremonger, I am so pleased to hear that it is all true. And that you are benefitting from your refusal to be intimidated
24th March 2014

Great blog
I spent 5 days in Iran last November and had a similar experience- great place to visit and the people were wonderful-see cornerduck blog
12th February 2014

Blast from the past
Totally stumbled on your blog today. Dont know if you are still travelling, but from what I can see you are doing an amazing thing! Stay safe, and hopefully, one day, I'll catch up with you and buy you a drink! Paul
13th November 2013

Happy cycling in the Wakhan, enjoy all the lovely hospitality and good luck with the sand/road/rocks and of course the wolves! :)
5th November 2013

Great blog
Stay safe Sturdmeister.....Glyn
31st October 2013

Yoohoo from NZ !
Hey, Clive, amazing photos once again and really enjoying your blog. It really has been an amazing experience for you ! Sorry to hear about your Dad ; difficult emotions all round I imagine . The UK will seem a very bizarre country when you get home after all you have seen and done but I am sure it will be good to be a support for your Dad. We will keep the beer in the fridge for when you get back on the saddle ! Xxx

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