Iran – a day under apple trees

Today I will take you back to Iran again…

… one sunny day of our stay in Kermanshah, we went out of town to visit a village in the mountains, around 1 1/2 hours north of Kermanshah. We spent the day on an apple farm, picking apples from the trees, eating apples and, mainly, enjoying the view ­čÖé

We had tea and a delicous lunch with salad, falafel and bread (oh my, I had the best falafel ever in Iran!) and we had potatoes that we put in the fire for some 30 minutes, until they were completly black. We just removed the burned skin and the inside was so super yummy!

I was feeding the little one underneath a walnut tree and we both slept there for a little bit, while the others were picking apples to take home with us – we took three boxes of apples with us and ate at least four of them every day of our stay. Their were the sweetest, most delicous apples I have ever tasted and eating them reminded me every day of this beautiful day. It seriously was such a perfect day and it felt so good to stay on this quite mountain for a few hours, enjoying the silence, the fresh air, the view and the company of good friends. After having spend a few days in the city of Kermanshah this day really was like a small vacation in our vacation ­čÖé

I am back in Germany since more than a week now but I actually miss Iran! I really hope that I will be able to go back there soon! Until then, I will share a few more posts from Iran in the coming weeks ­čÖé

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!
Sending much love!


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  1. Oktober 30, 2015 / 1:11 pm

    Beautiful pictures. Sounds like it was a lovely and relaxing day out on your holiday ­čÖé xx

  2. Oktober 30, 2015 / 1:31 pm

    What a scenic relaxing looking location.

  3. Oktober 30, 2015 / 7:34 pm

    Awww, what a cute pic with your baby girl! It's adorable, really:) And the views are breathtaking, what a beautiful place. I also love potatoes straight form the fire, but I havent eaten them in ages! Your last meal with beans sounds yummy, I eat a lot of beans those days, cos they are so healthy, and today for the very first time I've tried mung beans – they are so yummy! Have a lovely evening, hugs:)))

  4. Oktober 30, 2015 / 11:45 pm

    Liebe Larissa, Dein Post hat mich wieder sehr ber├╝hrt und ich glaube Dir sofort, dass Du den Iran vermisst, denn ich denke (obwohl ich ja noch nicht dort war), dass man sich dem Zauber dieses Landes nicht entziehen kann. Nur solch einen Apfel w├╝rde ich jetzt zu gern probieren ­čÖé Danke f├╝r die genialen Fotos und nat├╝rlich den Post ├╝berhaupt.
    Viele liebe Gr├╝├če von Rena

  5. Oktober 30, 2015 / 11:49 pm

    Mmm… now you have me wanting an apple!

  6. November 2, 2015 / 12:50 pm

    Ach, das Bild von dir ist so wunderwundersch├Ân! So ganz friedlich und im Einklang…


  7. November 2, 2015 / 8:18 pm

    Wow that place looks amazing and so relaxing! I love your pictures, beautiful views indeed! Thanks for sharing this lovely place with as! Hope you have an amazing week!