Below is the coolest looking local bus I've ever travelled on (it looked particularly fun from the outside but it was too hot to make a sketch). It was a six hour journey through the desert with no air-con. It was hot! (wearing the hijab didn't help much either).
Maziar, who owns the guesthouse is also a musician so we spend the evenings listening to his music.
In Ateshooni we also met Maryam and her son Nima. We became friends (despite a quite serious language barrier - they didn't speak much English and we didn't speak much Farsi). They invited us to their house in Esfahan.
...And Dubai - Glasgow. It's amazing how people's body language and facial expressions differ depending on what courtry you are in (or what flight yyou are waiting for).
So I fell in love with Iran. It was probably the friendliest country I have ever travelled to and hopefully I will visit again soon.