Snow in Summer

I was on my way to Hauraman, some villages high up in the kurdish mountains, and famous for the extreme serpents leading there. It was end of May and the beginning of the iranian summer. The sun was burning and the road going mostly uphill, so when i saw a water place at the side … Continue reading Snow in Summer

Alone in Kordestan

After our adventures in the East Azerbaijan Province, Hsiang-Hsin decided she would like to spend some time travelling alone. So we split up, to meet later in Tehran, and i went south to discover the iranian province of Kordestan, home of the kurdish people and to beautiful mountainous landscapes. I don't know why, but there … Continue reading Alone in Kordestan

Quiet days in ̶C̶l̶i̶c̶h̶y̶ Tbilisi

We were playing a concert in Tbilisi, in a venue called Backstage 76. In the last minute, it was joined by our Couchsurfing host, Christopher Manning, who turned out to be a multiinstrumentalist and experimental musician, and who joined us with his bass clarinette. I quite enjoyed our set, aswell as the concert before us, … Continue reading Quiet days in ̶C̶l̶i̶c̶h̶y̶ Tbilisi

When Roads become Rivers

After slowly curing the hangover and going back over the medieval arch bridge, we continued our way up through the scenic landscape. In this area, close to Turkey, churches were mixed up with mosques. The picturesque town of Khulo. After this town, the road became really bad. The first peak at the snow mountains of … Continue reading When Roads become Rivers