One night at The Haftchenar Nature & Wildlife Museum, Tehran-Iran

One night at The Haftchenar Nature & Wildlife Museum, Tehran-Iran

It’s been a month since I started my new adventure and my new life at Iran. I am kind of settle down in this country and begin to get used to most of the stuff and facilities. The toilet situation is the most unbearable for me. It’s a squat in toilet with NO toilet paper most of the time. It’s wet and dirty and smelly! Most of the apartment are built with cheap materials on the inside but beautiful materials on the outside. Pipe would started to break down in 1 or 2 years, leakage, cracks and malfunction appeared to be very common in here.

kebab from Iran
Food are also a challenge for me as most of the food are very fattening and everyday I was eating Kebab!!! However, I really like the people in here and drinking tea with friends are one of the highlight of my day:) Sometimes people can be very spontaneous in here too. I could went to a friend’s house for smoking shisha/hookah every night, or just went to a museum at night having fun! Check out the photos I took at the beautiful restaurant at this Haftchenar Nature and wildlife Museum! The museum itself is nothing special, but while me and my friends are drinking tea at the tea house, the local staff gave me traditional clothes to take photos inside their traditional restaurant. It’s absolutely one of the most amazing experience:)

at Iran-tehran museum
iran museum-march
traditional clothing from Iran

Currently are I am staying in a city called Gorgan. It’s a 6 hours drive from Tehran and it’s very green and beautiful. Everyday, I passby mountains and forests:). Will show you all in my next post:) Cheers:)


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  1. You look great and so happy Tammy! Good luck with this adventure and please always pay attention. Sounds like a marvelous place and Im glad u are enjoying a bit of green too. Take care xo

  2. Caroline says:

    I’m new to your blog and just wanted to say I love what you’re doing with your life! It’s interesting how what people do or don’t value (like plumbing) varies from country to country. Have fun and stay safe!


  3. You look great, and your photos are lovely! Thank you so much for sharing.

  4. good to see you lıke our country