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When I went to Iran, I truly had no idea what to expect; I was half expecting to see bearded fellows brandishing guns, muzzles flashing into the sky, although I was, of course, aware that this was not an accurate depiction of the country at all. Iran is, in fact, one of the safest and most stable countries in The Middle East and during six weeks hitchhiking across the country, I was never met with anything but kindness, politeness and hospitality. We snacked on pistachios, offered to us by our chatterbox driver and began the long journey south, switching rides often and passing towering snow-clad peaks, lush forests, scorched wastelands and rocky outcrops…We visited pristine beaches and splendid mosques, ruined cities and bustling bazaars. Conqueror of mountains, survivor of deserts and crusader for cheap escapades.
Minutes slipped into hours and, before I knew it, the day was night.Luckily, I had recently installed a VPN on my phone, a kind of Batman-style app which bounced my IP address around the world so that I couldn’t be tracked by Iranian authorities.