Carlton Hotel Tunis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Tony's room for our post-1600 lunch: cheese, old chocolate chip cookies from Algeria and water; did the trick. Back up to start the journal.
The trip guide, Nbool [phonetic spelling] called at 1730 to advise of a delay to 1830 for the meeting. Took a shower with a full and proper shower curtain and lots of hot water.
Down to the lobby to see Omar. Can't believe he flew Algiers to Paris to Tunis just because of any stupid Air France requirements. ...
... We were going to London after Tunisia anyway and after a quick internet scan there was a flight leaving for London in 10 hours, so in just a couple of key strokes we had our exit tickets. This was the first time we had bailed out of a country earlier than planned so I was a little concerned that we'd regret a rash decision but after a cab driver, arranged for by the hotel at a fixed price, tried to triple the rate as we drove to the airport (I quickly ...
I had always fancied going to Tunisia and my chance came in November 2012 for just 5 days. It's a small Islamic country of just 10 million located on the northern tip of Africa on the Mediterranean, sandwiched between the giants of Algeria and Libya, the capital Tunis is closer to Sicily than Algeria's capital Algiers. The country had recently been through a revolution, over throwing the 23 year reign of President Ben Ali. Politically it was still a little unstable. As I was ...
Pulling into Tunis
We pull into the Gare de Tunis or Tunis Central Station just before 11:00 am. Disembarking from the air conditioned carriages we can feel the heat on the platform - it's going to be hot walking around today. The concourse is crowded - a mix of tourists, commuters and long distance travellers - since it serves as one of the main hubs for the country's railway system.
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... tells the kid the Dane paid him too much and he should at least buy him a beer or something. He was kidding, of course. And then, I never thought I'd see this, the kid walks over to one of the waiters and tells him to "get that guy a beer, its on me" or something like that in Bosnian. The gypsy street kid actually takes about $2 of his just earned money and buys the Dane a beer!!! The whole time he's got this swagger about him like he owns the place. ...