Amir Palace Hotel

Address: Zone Touristique Skanes, Tunisia, 5000 | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Zone Touristique Skanes, Tunisia, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Amir Palace Hotel Tunisia

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Travel Blogs from Tunisia

At the Tip of Tunisa

A travel blog entry by waymoney on Feb 21, 2015

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... heard' to the opposite of women in the present voting, speaking their mind and attend public education. I noticed alot of stares throughout the journey and it seemed odd that women would travel with men at the time. When ever someone asked our reason for being in public Ali would tell them we were brides and being escorted to our future families. In a way women during this era were seen as objects and their only importance was to produce children preferably male. Ashley is feeling ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 21, 2014

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... And it seemed to me that the "national guard" violated people's privacy, a little too much. My brother Haikl Dreedy, who'd done his mandatory military service, told me that my interrogators in southern Tunisia had had to interrogate me so they would know they weren't releasing a spy. It seemed to me, this was one step away from torturing the innocent.
-----Some people thought Tunisia was no better off following the revolution, and others thought it ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Apr 10, 2014

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... coffee.
-----"Tbeeby" (My doctor) Haikl made fun of me for constantly looking at my cut in the mirror. "Okay, Justin," he said. "Don't sleep tonight. Just lay on your back with the lights on, and hold the mirror over your head and look at your eye."
-----He continued to joke. "If you wake up at night and you need more coffee, get out of bed, walk all the way over to my house, wake me up, I'll put a bit more coffee in your eye, and you can go home."


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Mar 29, 2014

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... s beard was sacred because it was grown for religious purposes.
-----The following day, Haikl told me: "Hmida told Monsoor he doesn't like you, because you put the card in his beard." My heart dropped. Oh, no. Had I really offended poor old Hmida? ... "Ha ha." Haikl's friendly gray face laughed at me. Hmida hadn't really said that, it was just a joke!
-----Monsoor's family quickly became my own.
-----One night, however, Monsoor's son ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Mar 12, 2014

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... but by a blue "yin-yang" sign representing water. Water in the desert. To my great surprise, my drivers were transporting sheep there. I wanted to go to this remote desert outpost, where sheep vacationed during spring! My drivers - a young man named Khalil, and two middle-aged men named Mohammed and Abdul-Hamed - welcomed me along for the trip.
-----Turbans were wrapped around the heads of the older men. Mohammed sat in front, and was serious ...