Five Iranian Teenagers in an Arab Island
Sharq, Daily Newspaper, No. 162, Aug. 11st, 2004, Page 5
By : Omid Memarian
Iranian teenagers travel to the Persian Gulf Arab states to work, study or as tourists. Communication with other nationalities including Europeans about job opportunities and thinking about the prospect of a future career in case of being students, the open space and the possibility of attempting to achieve the goals set by individuals by making a certain amount of effort also account for such trips. More than half of the passengers on board of the flights leaving Tehran for Dubai and UAE are young Iranian guys and gals.
Iran's southern neighbor with a temperature of 50 degrees Celsius and 80 percent humidity is looking forward to prosperous days, while the weather forecast predicts rising temperatures just a few degrees away from stifling. Despite the extremely hot weather, the visitors arriving here keep increasing day by day. Iranians keep arriving at the Arab islands all year round, leaving the four seasons of their homeland for the uni-seasonal Arab states. Some choose to stay and settle down, while others take a deep sigh of relief once they return home.(Continued...)