Sangho Le Syphax
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Off first to the Tourist Office to buy our camera fee for Kairouan I TD. Water was brought to Kairouan via a 37k aqueduct.
Noubi commented on the Tunisian flag. Red is for the blood spilled during the French resistance. White represented peace. The five pointed star related to the five pillars of Islam. The crescent referenced the positioning of the moon during Ramadan.
We left at 0850 for the Barber's Mosque, a 5M trip. I was not the ...
... I had to adapt to the culture in a Muslim countries, I had to adapt to everyone’s culture who I was working with in the “let’s dream” project. This was probably my first time working with such a big mixture of people from different countries and backgrounds, after staying together for 2 months, It was interesting to see people from different countries has different ways of working and ways of communications. This project also gave me a lesson of ...
... during daylight hours and is intended to teach Muslims about patience, spirituality, humility and submissiveness to God. Muslims fast for the sake of Allah and to offer more prayer than usual.
This means... more shops are closed during the day and it's much harder than it originally was to buy alcohol :(((((((((((( luckily we bought a few bottles at the airport already :)
... built. The atmosphere of the place was however a little ruined by the stage and equipment still present from a music festival they have each year in the coliseum.
After the coliseum we found a little place to have something to drink and eat. The owner was very friendly, and after his inspection of the vehicle, started trying to buy anything and everything he could see on the vehicle. We ended up having many sign language discussions with him, and left him with a South ...
... them. Many of you might be thinking these were old mattresses, wrong, these were new ones. Someone must have got a huge back hander for this purchase. We could only sleep by laying all of the blankets in the room plus extras on the beds and sleeping in our inner liners from the sleeping bags. Kind of funny the next ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSangho Le Syphax Sfax
The Syphax is just ok. It's not great, but it wasn't terrible. The room was basic, the food average but not a lot of choice. I would not want to stay more than one night here, and I do recommend if you are planning to stay longer in the area there are nicer hotels to choose from.
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