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... allowed you to attach bags to both sides of your "bheem"
- - "ljam" - a muzzle with a rope attached to it, which pulled on your donkey's tongue to make him move
- - "hjar" - a rope which you tied to a front leg and back leg of your "bheem" at night, with a third end tied to a stake in the ground, so that even if he freed himself from the stake he wouldn't be able to walk away very quickly
- - "shaair" - wheat
- - ...
... that as we were driving, the smell of burning wood was in the air everywhere. As if on cue, Hassan advised me that the smoke in the air was from the locals burning olive wood and turning in to charcoal to sell for the Big Feast. Geez … the build up to this event was actually Christmas like.
Anyway, with that explanation, I settled in for the long ride back to the hotel. I needed to get some sleep as we were off at 7:00 a.m. to the Muslim world's third holiest city: Kairouan.
... own ways. The Payumos, Mallari, and Alcafaras will be going back to San Diego. The Casanovas to the rest of Italy on another tour. James and Anna to England. Mike and Michelle will spend a couple of days in Rome with the Petrivellis. Auntie Norine, Uncle Mike, my parents and I will go on a Tuscan road trip. The Fellowship is breaking but we will definitely see each other again. On this trip we definitely have bonded as family. Enough with nostalgia, tonight we will party. We ...
... as the Tunisian was covered head-to-toe and the English lady was in shorts and a tanktop. Walked next to the Antonine baths - the third largest in the Roman world, there are not only ruins of the baths but also a school. it is all right at the foot of the hill right on the sea, and big palms now grow up and down the paths. There was a little underground chapel that still had mosaics in situ. Absolutely amazing. Wandered around the ...
... after Carthage. It was only two kilometers away. The city had all kinds of shops. Each of them was really unique and had different colored buildings. We ate some pizza/fries for $3, then walked down the hill and caught the train back to Tunis City Center. It took about 30 minutes. We walked down the main strip back to our hostel and Amanda shopped a little bit. She bought some boots $35, which would have been $100 back in the states and then went to ...
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