I Am an Iranian Daughter

Iran`s Historical Monuments,Iranian`s ceremonies,and some times my Thoughts, Diary...

Sunday, February 05, 2006

first alone day trip

About one month ago I had a day trip to Shiraz. I had an interview in Shiraz University. I hoped some body could come with me unfortunately nobody was free to come so I went alone. While it was my first alone trip , I enjoyed it so much. After my interview I took a taxi and went to bazaars and bought some souvenirs for my parents and then, visited Darvaze Quran (the entrance gate of Shiraz. There is a big Quran on the top of it ( it is because of Iranian and muslim`s belief about God save passengers.).) I went to Hafezieh (Hafez is the most famous Iranian poet who was respected by many worlds' poet such as Gothe) (Hafezieh means his grave). I met a dervish there. He was kind and nice; I had a good and enjoyable time with him. He read some poems and advised me. I loved his words, he chooses the words carefully and put them in the sentences and it caused his words were so meaningful. At last at 1:30 I left Shiraz to Tehran

2 Comments:

At 1:19 PM , Blogger sushi t said...

Hi, I just wanted to say that I too have been to Hafez' tomb in Shiraz, and I felt honoured to have been there, it as so peaceful there and many people mwere reading poetry over his tomb. I would like to go back there one day.

I live in the UK but am half Persian. Iv been to Isfaham too and I loved it there, Im hoping to go back to Isfahan too and see again the Imam Mosque.

Keep up with the blog. Shirin

 
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