Day Thirteen – Yazd

8th November 2010 – 219 miles

Following an Iranian style fry-up for breakfast, we headed out to the Old City of Yazd.

With its winding lanes, windtowers and mud-brick buildings, Yazd is an enchanting place.

Upon returning to the hotel, we noticed that the Bangladesh flag was put out on the reception desk to acknowledge our stay there.  We felt like the Queen in residence!

Following some R&R in the jacuzzi, swimming pool and sauna, the friendly staff of Dad Hotel bid us farewell.  This hotel was by far the best hotel that we’ve stayed at by way of facilities and service.

Driving on, we checked in to Kerman’s Akhavan Hotel, where we met a 26-strong Australian coach party who were on a 21 day tour of Iran.  To think, in that time we will have travelled 7,500 miles!

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