Baluchestan Travelogue, Part 3

  • 2018/15/15
  • نوشته توسط Nima Moslemzadeh
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Baluchestan Travelogue, Part 3

 

baluchestan travelogue
At the third day of our trip to Balouchestan area,we decided to see the sun rise at the rocky beach, so we went toward the rocky beach at 4:30 a.m., the place where the nature created another wonder to me and my breath was imprisoned in my chest.
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The sun rise at the rocky beach
This photo is non-editted
After drinking the milk tea ( the common Baloouchi drink ) and got energy, we went toward Govatr to see the Dolphins and Harra jungles, I mean the zero point border. Govatr is an area with low population and full of fishermen who go to the sea for making money.
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Fishing in Govatr
baluchestan travelogue
baluchestan travelogue
We passed a time with the fishermen and went to the sea by boat.Here is like Hevean for a person loves birds like me.
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Birds in Govatr Area
baluchestan travelogue
baluchestan travelogue
After our sea surfing,we continued the path through the road to Sarbaz Bahoukalat Area to see Gando ( Iranian Crocodile ). It was a long way but so worthy because of visiting this attractive creature.
baluchestan travelogue
baluchestan travelogue
After visiting the lovely Gando,we went to the Banana Garden. As going thorough the halls we suddenly meet a big branch of banana that you wish to be a monkey to eat all of them.
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Banana Garden
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Banana Tree
We visited the sunset and return to Chabahar and spent our last day in Bazaar and beach.
those travelesr follow my travelogue know that there is a part at the end of my writings express my feeling of the trip. Let me say, Chabahar was another world to me. During these days of war and misery it really changed my mood.
Let me give you an image of Chabahar and its People.Have you ever seen a person with no money in his pocket but a loaf of bread in his hand, and he give you all the bread? Chabaharies or better to say all the Balouchies are so kind, lenient and deeply emotional mankind.
It is so incredible how these simple and really deprived people can invite us with a great hospitality and gift us this good mood.
Its necessary to say that Balouchestan is more safe than Tehran, there, people have a wide blue heart like sea as their workplace .
                                                                                          ———- The End ———-
Special thanks to Author of Travelogue:  Mr. Mostafa Esmaeili 
 
 
Author and Photographer: Mostafa Esmaeili
Translator: Arezoo Ahmadzadeh
 
 
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