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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 ...
... I arrived to Carthage Demerch and left from Carthage Hannibal). I got off the train and was in the middle of nowhere. I was going to Byrsa Hill, so did the logical thing and headed up the hill, hoping I would see something that vaguely resembled ruins. I walked for about ten minutes through a really residential neighbourhood - fancy, but not what I was looking for. The road curved and finally I came to a roundabout. On my left, a sign in ...
... Weird things we have seen since we arrived in Tunisia:
--Lord of the Rings dubbed in German.
--"Plates at the buffet must be eaten on the spot." - English translation from French on sign instructing guests not to take buffet plates to the guest rooms.
--Creepy drunk man working at restaurant used his key to unlock the restroom while I was in it, despite my very loud voice telling him to wait ...
... be taken over by the Arabs and it was then that the small town of Tunis that had survived on the outskirts of Carthage began to develop and later would become an economic power of its own.
We arrived in Tunis after two days sailing from Palermo. We arrived in the Port of La Goulette which is the main port for the city of Tunis. It was a cool day with dark clouds still overhead. We have started to move south on the cruise but we are still in the cool damp weather ...