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Travel Blogs from Djerba
... roaming free in the desert. When one is needed for sale, the owner sends a”finder” out to locate one or more of the camels and brings the chosen camel in to complete the sale. Who knew? So while the camels can be nomads and wander throughout the desert, someone will always find them. My guess is it will only be a matter of time before each camel is fitted with a chip tracking device making it simple to find a camel on very short notice.
So we continued the ...
Tuesday 23rd April
This morning we visited the island of Djerba linked to the mainland by a 7k causeway across a shallow stretch of sea. The island is very low (15m max) & has many scattered houses between what were the oldest olive trees we have ever seen as with most Tunisian dwellings most under construction or semi derelict. The women here where quite distinctive clothes in the form of white tunic dress ...
... 25 euro per person
Flamingo island trip: 19 euro
Excursions to the desert: from 1 to 8 days it depends on your holidays and choice
Camels and Horses ride
And many other activities to discoevr on our website: www.djerbatourisme.com.
We make friends not customers <3 <3 <3
Day 9 & 10
The following morning we headed towards Djerba, a tourist island near the Libyan border. The roads were good, and after a short ferry trip costing only 0.800 TD (Less than R5) for all of us plus Corrie, we arrive on the island around midday. We found a little place on the beach were a room for 4 was only 4TD more than camping, so we stayed there for two days, within 20m of the sea. ...
... I narrated the ride to give him an idea of the scenery. It went something like this:
"shrubs...bricks on the right—don’t hit that…dying palm trees…dirt…cacti on both sides of the road…big pile of rocks…mound of dirt…brick wall…school children on the left…sharp right turn—look out for that big pile of rocks…beach with dirt and ...