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... get to the Roman Baths.
After piling onto the bus we drove off (down the middle of the street) and headed out of Sidi Bou Said and onto other parts of Carthage.
I don't remember the name of the next stop, but it was a field of ruins on the side of a hill. There was just enough time to climb over and around the ruins, discover ancient public toilets (still in use) and hidden mosaics before we rushed back to the bus and onto the next ruin ...
... are a few ancient relics but apart from that there's nothing to rock your boat.
We berthed in the Port of La Goulette and maybe I do this place a disservice as it may be different elsewhere but excursions were expensive and for us it wasn't worth the money.
We couldn't wait to get back on board and back to nice clean ...
... so I won. There were perhaps 20 locals there and 2 tourists.
We reached Kelibia at 1050. One would have needed an F1 car to get here in the times suggested on Google Map.
Most people turn when a sign says to turn but Ezz was not very familiar at all with this particular road and kept stopping to ask people. Sure enough, there was a Kerkuane sign to the right at 1115, the site reached shortly thereafter.
It's a cheap visit [excluding the ...
... Apparently the new government is an Islamic party and they are a little too conservative for some of the folks.)
The second thing I noticed was the proliferation of western wear on both men and women. There were few hijabs visible (older women excepted), no long flowing robes on the men and men and women were sitting together in cafes. Quite different from Morocco. (And one other thing, Tunisia was also under the French protectorate so both French and Arabic ...
... whacked in the head by some doufas that couldn't work out the physics of taking bags down from the overhead bins with care. In the zoo-like baggage collection area, the No Smoking signs seem to trigger a series of light ups (French colonial legacy??) and the air was blue in no time (and, of course, we had to wait in the haze for over an hour for the bags to be delivered).
Outside the airport we were swarmed by taxi touts- there's just no other ...