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... my exercise therapy program and left Toby to enjoy the serenity of the gym. Ha ha everyday I complain about going to the gym. We have the same conflict every morning. I hate exercise, Toby loves it. I really appreciate Toby's commitment to going to the gym because I need the motivation. When I haven't been my hip seizes up, I know I need to go and I need to stop being difficult as it's ...
... salad. No seafood salad in a city on the water. I orderd a krik crevette; presto! It was a sunny side up egg with very small shrimps inside a pastry better. It was fine if a bit greasy 3 TD.
Tony and I sat with the New Mexicans. Both were afraid to try seafood. Brys, why are you sending pansies overseas? I got the sense any conversation was going to be pulling teeth so gave up. His second attempt at ordering became not available so he pouted and had nil.
... were fun. A penalty kick was taken by Cristiano.
Saw last night's dinner venue. We decided to try it again for a quick lunch.
Back to the hotel to finalize things, including a last email home. The beds had already been made. Down before noon to leave the large bags.
Went to the same spot for lunch that we had the final group dinner. We each had six kebabs and shared a plate of chips. A more indifferent waiter would be hard to find 250 ...
... nothing to tell us anything about the delay.
Finally at about 12:15 the huge line that had gathered in front of the gate began to move through the boarding door and you have never seen boarding like this before. No preboarding. No rows called. Nothing. It was this ridiculous jumble of people pushing to the front to get on the plane. I waited until the end. I wanted no part of that mess.
We finally took off at 12:45 and we were on the ground in Tunis by 2:45. ...
... Mosque of Olive is the oldest Mosque in Tunis. It covers 1.2 acres with 9 entrances. It has 160 authentic columns brought originally from he ruins of the old city of Carthage. It is also a Muslim University.
Dinar is the currency of Tunisia. But merchants are more than happy to receive and exchange with your American Credit Card, American Euro, American Sterling...any money that Americans are carrying are welcome in Tunis. The guide took us to his store and ...