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Tarim is best reached from Sayun by collective taxi. These depart from a stand just beyond the small park in the centre of Sayun. The journey takes about forty minutes and cost 100 rials.
The taxis drop you a few hundred metres from the centre of Tarim. As is often the case, the taxi stand is next to a cluster of pleasantly shady tea stalls, so while you wait for the taxi (probably an ancient Peugeuot estate seating at least nine passengers) to fill up you can sit and have a -probably necessary- drink.
Written Jul 29, 2007
Ahmad bin Isa al-Muhajir was a sufi prophet from Basra who died around 800AD and influenced the religion of the area.
His tomb lies at the foot of a mountain, about 10km from Tarim towards Seiyun. A holy woman is also buried here.
Non-muslims are not allowed in so you have to look at it through the wire fence.
Written Mar 13, 2008