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... era. We walked into the old quarter which had miles of narrow covered souks selling mostly handbags, clothing, shoes, spices & jewellery. In one of the quieter alleys we came across a shop selling fezzes & the kindly shopkeeper explained how they were made from oversize knitted beanies through a series of processes into the finished article which is sold by weight. All done by hand & he didn't even try to sell us one. Our return was ...
This was our first class field trip. I may or may not have stayed up way too late the night before and with the trip starting at 0730, it's pretty clear that I don't really remember much of the bus ride out there but it was a short ride. This field trip was out to Duga, which are one of the ruin sites to the Roman empire. ...
... to the cell phone store. A majority of the group purchased cell phones. To buy a phone, you are looking at spending 37 Dinar (rate of exchange is 1 USD = 1.5 TDR) and 10 TDR for the sim card. When you buy the SIM card, you get like 5 dinar worth of credit which apparently will get you a good ways. After having one last welcome party that the host families were invited to, we were allowed to leave with our families. On our ...
... into the corner in a trice, but not today. So a quick look out on deck saw a flat sea, the obligatory pink and blue horizon just before the sun rose in a cloudless sky. It is still a tad chilly in the wind, but this will change as we head south.
One obvious but fascinating fact is that as we head east, the sun rises earlier and earlier each day. It is nearly an hour and half earlier now than when ...
... for the people of Tunisia. Dougga for those not reading up on Tunisia was a Roman town built on a hillside around 164AD. It is one of the best preserved Roman towns in Africa with some buildings still containing their original mosaic floors. The amphitheater and temple are in amazing shape and give you a real insight into the power that the Romans felt were present in nature and their gods. I could not help but think that they spent a lot of time and energy to ...