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Sidi Bou Said
Since our time in Sidi Bou Said is limited, all we can do is walk the main street, taking the odd diversion here and there, to look at the architecture and admire the views.
Originally a place of pilgrimage for visitors to the tomb of the 13th-century Sufi holy man from whom it takes its name, Sidi Bou Said's signature colours of white walls with blue ...
Finally I get to visit the capital of Tunisia - Tunis
we travelled by louage for 3 hours from Sfax to here, my friend Priit has spotted that the city is actually pretty similar to Berlin, one main big street called Habbi Bouruiba stretching from the Medina to Marine train station (TGM) with squares and fountains in between the road. The whole road might take up to 30mins by walking.
Due to the riot yesterday, which appearantely one ...
... El Kantaoui, missed nothing since it was already kind of dark and rain was lashing.
Had my birthday dinner in Les Emirs at the marina. It was raining heavily again so had to stay inside, the marina still like a ghost town anyway - hope it's only due to weather. Nice food and good service in Les Emirs... Had a very tasty vegetarian couscous and fell in love with Tunisian aperitif - Muscat de Tunesie - have to remember to buy some at the airport!
... valley views across the olive plantations and farmland.
Hammamet is Tunisia’s answer to Benidorm with lots of five star hotels, crowded but pretty beaches and all the other associated things a mega-touristy site has (restaurants, mickey mouse railways, souvenir shops etc etc). We stayed at a camp site/hotel on the edge of town. There was a nice bar attached where we watched England being hammered by the Germans (no surprise there), and ...
... to get lost in the maze. Having a knowledge of French will make it easier to find your way out.
A fun day included a short train ride( about 20 km) from Tunis to Sidi Bou Said on Tunisia's north coast. It is a quaint, arty city of blue and white. Walking the narrow, cobbled streets of the old time is enjoyable as is looking at all of the beautiful doors and balconies that line the streets.