We then headed towards a province with an inactive Volcano within an area, whose water is believed to contain sulphur and be good for people's bone structure and pain in the joints - the Sara'eyn province and more precisely to a city bearing its name.
Soon after having checked-in at the hotel we would be staying at, once we declined the possibility of bathing in the hot springs or in a cure centre swimming pool, Joëlle, Didier and I walked towards the city centre, just a few metres away from the hotel. It very much looked like a small commerce oriented village rather than a city.
Famous for its honey most of the city's shops sold it in all kinds of colours and jar shapes, as well as local fruits and grains, plus a wide variety of typical products.
I ended up buying a traditional Iranian coat, which I fell in love with before heading back to the Laleh Hotel for dinner..