Donia Hotel Sfax
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Another pretty blah day, Kerkannah Island didn't have much to offer, and we both agreed we could have skipped the site. We went for a walk along the beach watching fishermen walk their boats into shore, returning with their morning catch. By noon it was time for us to pack up and cycle 26kms back to the ferry port. We ferry back to Sfax, stop for lunch and an Internet fix. Ahmed had offered for us to stay the night at his place again, also known as our ...
... since FRANCE, and yes we still have the garlic from Spain too ha!). Each evening the same topic keeps surfaces, who are we to be receiving this continuous kindness from people that don't even know us, who are we to deserve this? And even more importantly how is it possible to repay everyone...we conclude what is happening is a learning experience for both of us, something we can take home and share with ...
Up at the crack of dawn this morning ready for a full day of Sfax touristing. We started our morning with a traditional Tunisian breakfast prepared by Ameny, who is the 'club cook' for the Sfax Outdoor Caving Club. Neither Kory nor I were quite sure what was meant by the term club or cook, but when we poked for more information we learnt that both Ahmed and Ameny lead an outdoors club where they host a number of different activities such as caving, ...
... starting to feel the time crunch not sure if we would be able to make it to our destination, Sfax, in day light... And riding the busy highways after dark isn't an option. The day progressed, I began to feel incredibly ill with an upset stomach and bum just as we exited the city limits of El Jem. This series of events slows us down a bit as we had to stop more frequently for bathroom breaks. This made the second part of our day long for both of us I think.
But we did ...
... today. A cow's head at a butcher's stall provided true local colour.
Most of the Great Mosque dates from the 9th c AD. One could again not enter, save of course for Omar. He went inside to take some photos for some of the women while Noubi outlined the five pillars of Islam in order of importance: a) no god before Allah and Mohammed as his prophet b) praying five times a day c) observe Ramadan d) go on the haj and e) give alms.
Noubi pointed out some ...
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