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... and although the world feels a little smaller, it feels just that much bigger too. The wanderlust within us has been unleashed. If you really think about the little years you potentially could have left on this planet that will go by so quickly swallowed up by train timetables, grocery lists and alarm clocks, there are many many adventures to be had on Earth at any time. If you don't know where to start, just start. For now, we hope they will wait for us. London ...
... a palmerie, signal an ample water source. The rest of the environment is scrub and a tan brown, the only geographic diversion being small hills.
I actually saw a camel crossing the road before I saw a couple of different camel crossing signs. Another camel, perhaps road kill, was dead very close to the road's edge. There are no wild camels in Tunisia.
We hit the governorate of Kibili before 0845; the town, at 0909. Cooking seemed to feature amongst those at the back, ...
... to see what I had in my pockets beneath my kashabiya. They wanted to see my life's savings, which I had in a swimsuit pocket beneath my pants.
-----I hated having to do whatever they told me to. When one man told another what he must do, this first man was an enemy.
-----"that is what war is about: compelling a choice on someone who would not otherwise make it." - J.M. Coetzee
-----A guy with a pointy pig nose said, "There's something you're ...
... s stream. And a brown-skinned man was walking towards me through the trees. He reached his hand into a bag he had near his waist. Was he reaching for a weapon? Was I being robbed again!?
-----No. The bag was full of dates. He gave me two handfuls. And he didn't want anything in return. Without saying anything, he kept walking. Thanks!
-----I had more dates than I needed. But, I had to see how this guy got his dates! I watched, as he ...
... views. Before long we are pulling up at our destination - the mountain oasis of Chebika.
Set at the foot of the mountains of the Djebel el Negueb Chebika is also known as Qasr el-Shams or Castle of the Sun. At one time it was a Roman outpost known as "Ad Speculum" (Mirror) and has served as a mountain refuge for the Berbers. Looking at the map we are ...