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... today. He is teaching a class at one of the near by schools. He slowly starts to warm up and opens up as the morning progresses asking what our plans were for the day and sharing some nice sites and areas in the city to explore. The space becomes comfortable again. Adel heads off to work leaving Kory and I to ourselves in his home. We finish our breakfast and coffees and get ready to take the train into the city centre to look for a map and start our day of taste testing ...
... the toxic cocktail formed the basis for a people's revolt and the subsequent ousting of the former Ben Ali government.
The Revolution was not without its sacrifices. Brutal police and security force action and scores of deaths resulted in self declared curfews of cities by the Tunisian people. Tourism ceased and the country virtually shut down. Businesses closed and foreign companies withdrew their investments and their staff, resulting in ...
The main opposition party the Progressive Democratic party (PDP) elects a woman May Eljeribi as leader - a first for Tunsia.
Protests break out nation-wide over unemployment and political restrictions.
December 17 2010 - Beginning of "The Arab Spring"
Widespread discontent at the economic hardship, decades of autocratic rule, extremely poor living conditions, lack of freedom of speech and ...
... insisted I come with him to the headquarters of the company. There was a home for me there.
- - Saloha -
- - This middle-aged woman was the daytime guardian of the warehouses, farming equipment, offices, and a grassy area that made up the company's headquarters. She wrapped her brown head in rags, and sat beside small fires to stay warm. Teeth protruded from her heads at weird angles like big bones. She spoke French in ...
Ack! I forgot to update my last blog post. Have been back in Dubai for a few days and went straight back to work.
Not a lot to report on the small country of Tunisia. The capital, Tunis, has a staggering 90% of the population living in it. Needless to say it's a pretty crowded city. The old medina was fairly interesting, but with Ramadan still in effect while ...