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... wanted to do some shopping.
Suggesting that the SS Helen would need a jumbo jet to leave the country got me a frown. Peta Baby, what's with this conservative English humour? She seemed to haver less trouble with a hardward store stop to get some rope to strangle S&S.
Noubi said the Zaghouan area is known for its wheat, olive oil and wine production. It was the same in ancient times.
We reached Thuburbo Majus by 0945. The usual camera fee was paid 1 TD. ...
... covered arches. These medieval architects, Trav, knew what they were doing.
Tony wanted to see if there were any travel agencies outside the medina re Kerkuane. We ventured out on a street that was mostly a pedestrian area with the occasional vehicle trying to snake its way along. Pots and pans, candy, shoes, clothes: you name it and it was for sale. No luck on the Kerkuane front.
Some of the cats in the medina were not faring as well as their counterparts in ...
... rather friendly town without another tourist in sight. And it was rather apparent from all the stares that they don't have many tourists through this part.
After our coffee break and walk through town we headed down the road towards Dougga, a Roman city built above the Kalled Valley in the foothills of the Teboursouk Mountains. The original name for the site was Thugga and it was a Numidian town (Numidians were the original inhabitants of what was then Tunisia) believed ...
... antiquities and mosaics from Carthage, Italian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Turkish influences. It was a strange affair.. we were wandering about when called aside by a young staff member. What have I done? This way, through this door, into a dark room, up the stairs and we are set to explore a mosque like building, behind the scenes, under restoration. OK then, thanks? No tip required, off you go. Back in the museum, and ah, a personal guide forces his services on us. ...
Today we stared our journey, on camel, to Timbuktu. Our journey will be taking place along the Trans Saharan Trade Route. Our starting destination was Tunis. The Spanish Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire started to show conflict so we were advised to leave a week before we planned. We plan on going to Fez, Marrakech, Tamedelt, Sijilamasa, and ending our journey in ...