Friday, 8 August 2008


We've been quite busy with moving to our own place and sorting things out in a last couple of days. Yesterday we had some extra time and we used it to buy our bicycles and then we rode straight all way back home which was a totally new experience and fun!
I think beside all the streets' signs, stores and landmarks what could be also considered as a typical scene of this city and others around is a huge bunch of bicycles parked near stations and by telling "huge" I mean HUGE! No wonder here most young and elder people seem in such good shapes.
Anyway,I can see and feel a dramatic change that is happening in the life style of our tiny little family.
And one more thing, through the next three weeks I have a very important program to participate which makes me stressed out and thrilled at the same time.


Tameshk said...

Behi Joonam
I hope you enjoy riding your bicycle: Do the cyclists wear helmets in your town?

Wish you the best for your three-week program.

Behi said...

Tameshk jan,
Wearing helmets is not obligatory but riding bicycles with the lights turned off at nights costs you 50 euroes and thanks by the way :).

Anonymous said...

What a nice view it could be! Lots of bicycles flowing down the rode, competing with the wind and breez!
I hope you will do very well on your program and feel calm and relaxed again...

Take care and good luck.

Behi said...

Thanks alot dear Parinaz,
Wish me luck!

Nava said...

Dear Behi,
I strongly encourage you to wear helmets and also to be very careful, and not get very "jav-gir" with the whole "Oh-this-is-so-fun-let's-speed-it-up-and-drive-like-the-wind", cause you don't want to end up like me, observing yourself flying over your bike in the sky, and earn a bunch of stitches on your chin!!
Have fun, be careful, and enjoy.
It's really so much fun.

Hiva said...

Behi, manam mikhaaam .... :)))
I am sure you are going to make it... boooos

khadijateri said...

I'm glad you are having so much fun. I read the book you gave me today and thought about you. And I saved some of the wonderful saffron to use in the first meal of Ramadan... God bless you Behi!