7 weeks, 7 countries, dozens of provinces, cities, towns, and villages, from a snowy mountain in Georgia to a death-dry desert in Iran, from a humble sheep hut in Central Anatolia to a futuristic 21st-century skyscraper in Dubai. This journey is, without doubt, is one of the most diverse and most rewarding trips I ever had.
I met Shia’s, Sunni’s, Sufi’s, Armenian Orthodox’s, Christian Apostle’s, Buddhist’s, Hindu’s, Atheist’s, Agnostic’s, both Seculars and Religious peoples along the way.
I follow a footstep of some of the greatest civilizations the world had ever seen such as Persians, Hellenistic, Greco Roman and Islamic Golden Era from Iran to Turkey.
I see a magnificent sunrise of the Great Caucasus Mountain Range from a 30.000 ft air-flight, I see a solemn sunset deep inside of the Kaluts desert. I even end up participating in a street rally during recent Armenian Revolutions.
I met so many good people and receive so many hospitality and kindness on the roads. The world is indeed full of mostly a kind-heart and good people rather than the bad one, despite what the news and media told you.
Another memorable chapter of my life is done and I am very grateful to have it.