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Race Destination #2
Country Visited: Tunisia
Country Shape Classification: Perforated
Country Development Classification: Underdeveloped
Specific Places Within Country Visited: Camel Riding From Mahdia through the Saharan Desert
Country Capital City: Tunis
Capital City Population: 651,183
Country Government Type: Unitary State, Semi-Presidential System, ...
... his colleague was staying on in Tunis until the end of the medical conference. Again, it was good to see a friendly face - and a hot breakfast.
We spoke with Ms Fawzia about our coming day in the city of Tunis and she recommended that we catch a taxi to the Old City, then explore the medina and souks before a walk through the main city of Tunis. She did not know of any exhibitions relating to the 100th year anniversary of ...
... educated and competent Tunisians, Mohammad now in perhaps his early thirties, had to accept any job he could - and while we were in Tunis was working as a driver for AVIS and other tourist companies.
Mohammad spoke excellent English and was knowledgeable and informative about the history of Tunisia, and during on our long day provided us with a valuable insight into the Revolution and life of Tunisians today.
Ms Fawzia had again ...
In order to better appreciate the historical sites we saw in Tunsia and to enhance an understanding of the rich historical fabric of this tiny country, I am providing a brief timeline of the ancient and modern historical events which have moulded the unique face of Tunisia today.
CIRCA 1100 BC
Phoenicians settle the north Africa coast. The city of Carthage, near present day Tunis, becomes a significant naval power. Tunsia ruled by ...
Carmelo, as usual was on time to pick us up from our hotel and drive us to Palermo Airport where we would be boarding our Tunisair flight TU 1759 to the International Carthage Airport, Tunis.
We had thoroughly enjoyed our stay in Sicily but we were ready to move on. Historically interesting and scenically beautiful, Sicily had been a wonderful holiday destination and given us much needed rest and recreation but it was very tourist orientated and in many ways not ...