Tehran March 2010
March 30, 2010 :: Tags: iran, travels :: 7 Comments
Isn’t this amazing? I avoided going to Iran for over 32 years, and now within six or seven months, have visited Iran twice. All I can say is the hospitality you see in Iran, is second to none. Pictures below are a mix of family pictures, parties, and celebration of the Iranian new year among my family in Iran.
I love the iran pictures! Nice surprise on an audio website!
Hi Robert, Many thanks for your kind note. Glad you liked pictures. Have a good week-end.
I am very glad I accidentally reached you website. You life story, photographs, etc all makes very interesting reading. I cannot but feel there is a story, a movie somewhere??
Thanks also for Tehran’s pictures. It portrays a different snapshot than what we are meant to understand….
Dear Karma, Many thanks for your kind posting. I was so pleasantly surprised with all the interest, admiration, and love towards, and knowledge of America I saw in Iran. I hope to get back there in a year or so for another visit. Just a simple, humble Iranian born, American life; no movies 🙂
Thanks again and have a good week-end.
I’m just amazed as I ran into your website unintentionally and found out you’re an Iranian Audiophile with that much of experience and stuff. I wish we had you here in Iran as a part of Hi-Fi society.
hope you all the best 😉
Arash Jan, Thanks for the kind note. Looking forward to seeing you next time I visit Iran. Mehran
My wife – who has many Iranian friends – has always called Iranians the Italians of the middle east for their love of fooed and life. I would say it is the other way around as the Persians are a far older civilization than Italy. So, lets call the Italians the Persians of Europe!