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October 12th 2014
Published: November 26th 2014
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You meet some very interesting people on your travels. Travel creates a level playing field for these encounters. This morning I had breakfast with the Austrian Ambassador to Doha and her partner. We sat out in the courtyard and swapped stories; a potted history over coffee, flat bread and Persian feta in a blue courtyard. It's kind of like speed dating (well, I think it would be like speed datin... Read Full Entry

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Surrounded by MullahSurrounded by Mullah
Surrounded by Mullah

Very friendly and interesting guys. I look very small here!

Fesenjan on the right, meatballs to the left
Nagsh-e Jahan restaurantNagsh-e Jahan restaurant
Nagsh-e Jahan restaurant

Daybeds are called takhts, awesome tiles. LP calls the food overpriced and underwhelming. I liked it. Great toilets.
Masjed-e LotfollahMasjed-e Lotfollah
Masjed-e Lotfollah

Matching, matching
Masjed-e LotfollahMasjed-e Lotfollah
Masjed-e Lotfollah

Got the photo of the book in the mosque on the cover- mission accomplished
Naqsh-e Jahan squareNaqsh-e Jahan square
Naqsh-e Jahan square

The concert and fountains

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