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... Are there lots and lots of small ones?
-----Immediately, she notices a fish swimming beside her. He's one foot long, and as wide as her hand. She catches him. She brings him back to her boat.
-----Suddenly, the scientist realizes she's run out of time. She won't be able to catch any more fish.
-----So, she examines the one she has.
-----He's not too big, not too small. He's limited in his spatial demensions, ...
... unimpressed, "Shwayya, shwayya." (Just a bit, just a bit.) And when I asked if she had any single friends I could meet, she said I'd like her friend Huday. "She's pretty. She has long hair. (Semia held her fingers to her mouth, and curled them like claws.) And she has teeth like Saloha's!"
When she wasn't making fun of me, Semia brought me food. She cooked me pasta in milk, when ...
... prayed regularly. She sat in her living room, wrapped in different-colored clothes and cooking tea on a coal fire, and watched TV. Her family was usually with her, making her laugh.
- - Monsoor's two adult sons were Ferhan, whose name meant "happy", and Haikl. They wore fashionable black. They liked drinking alcohol. They loved exchanging jokes with me in Arabic, and they spoke slowly so I could understand and laugh. "Mert-k Saloha!" ...
... the very brink of defeat. Rome finally figured out the pesky Carthaginians and soundly and with finality, trounced them in their epic 3rd war.
Today, a visit to Carthage encompasses many hectares and various sites. It's pretty interesting and those responsible for the sites have done a good job of reconstructing and signing many sections so it's quite informative at times. But honestly there's not too much left of the various Punic and Roman ruins ...
... views of Tunis Gulf and Sidi Bou Said (with a good zoom:)). You can also see the back of the president's Zine El Abidine Ben Ali mosque in Carthage (called El Abidine Mosque).
Our last site in Carthage was the Punic Carthage with the Museum. A much smaller site but again offers some interesting views of the original Punic port and of modern town of Carthage, mainly residential areas that were built up in the 70s. The main attractions here are ...