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Travel Blogs from Port El Kantaoui
... He seems to be almost venerated by the people & his times are seen as a kind of golden age. We wandered in the medina with narrow passages between the houses & enjoyed seeing the range of products available.
After lunch, back in Sousse, we went to the ribat to see the recently re-opened museum of 2nd century AD mosaics & artefacts taken from villas in the area, in its courtyard. These were truly stunning, in size, ...
... There is bargaining going on everywhere.
The next day we went on a caravan trip on dromedaries, because there are no camels in nothern afrika. Camels only live in Asia. we learned something new as well. :-)
The week went by way too fast, but it was really nice and I learned my first word in arabic:
"shokran" which means thank you.
... in a fight. A man thinking it fine to cheat on his wife, Is way beyond me so I gave some advice. He didn't take this too well, he said, 'You *****!' Security intervened, so only a little glitch. I loved the medina, the streets a confusion, But Dani christened it a 'Ghetto' - a very sad delusion. The one time she ventured off the beaten track, I befriended a ...
DAY 17 … Wednesday, March 28th … At Sea
DAY 18 … Thursday, March 29th … Sousse, Tunisia
An interesting day strolling around the walled Medina. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
and it is easy to get lost in the maze of streets and come across souks (markets) with spices, vegetables, fish, etc., and then there ...
The north of africa think arabian nights, well with free booze from 8am - 12pm (HUZZAR!)
beautiful place down buy the sea, nice hotel, the booze always going. nice, relaxing, well then you get the scammers, shifty men & we'll as mauch weed as u are willing to be stupid enough to buy. hmmm ...