Inspired by a note left on her motorcycle by a mysterious stranger, author and adventurer Lois Pryce ignored all warnings and embarked on a 3,000 mile motorcycle journey across Iran.
Travelling alone (with a policy of saying yes to every invitation), she discovered a nation full of intrigue and paradoxes. Along the way, she explores Iran’s past and how it has shaped its present, and how the West’s relations with Iran have created an image of the country that is wildly out of step with its reality. The result of this journey was her bestselling book, Revolutionary Ride, which was shortlisted for the Edward Stanford Travel Writing Award and declared ‘A joyful, moving, and stereotype-busting tale’ by National Geographic.
Lois will be our special guest at the Overlanders Reunion in Kenmare this November and will share her tales of life on the road in the Islamic Republic alongside photography, music and film from her journey.
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