Kashan city is located near center of Iran, and it is hot when you travel during summer. In a time that everyone travel to colder places, me and my dear friend decided to visit Kashan. It is hot as expected, but a miracle saved us from heat: Iranian traditional drinks known as “Sharbat“.
Last week I covered first part of my “Best Tehran Cafes “ list. There are lots of good cafes to cover and this is the second part of that article. I hope you enjoy it!
Tehran is a huge city, very crowded with busy lifestyle. But at the same time, there are lots of cafes available where you can go grab some coffee or tea and relax for a while. Tehran cafes are scattered in different part of city and there are lots of options available to check out. In recent years I tried many cafes with my dearest friends. Among these cafes, some are worth visiting more than others and I`m going to tell you which cafes keep bring me back to try them again and enjoy being there more and more!
I was talking with one of friend active in nature concerns about how we can preserve water usage. And we concluded on a same point that being informative about this issue can be very helpful! Just a few days after that, it just happened to me to have lunch at Native Plant Foods Cafe and I just saw a very good example of how we can preserve water in shape of a sign.
“The Rock” is more like a private house in seashore, but it is actually a special and beautiful seafood restaurant in Zanzibar island.
We all know that the world is faced with a shortage of drinking water and in the media and conversations, we often hear about the issue and methods of reducing water consumption. Water is used almost in every daily task. Besides cleaning and drinking, our daily food also have an important part in water consumption too. This amount of water, is not being used for cooking food, but rather in process of prepare it for consumption by humans. This easy and simple infographic on fubiz.net website shows how much each kind of food consumes water to get prepared for us.