Golden Tulip Carthage Residence
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... time for a haircut!
Dinner at a local restaurant was also excellent, steak with peppers and vegetables for a moderate price. Almond lemonade on the side of course. One more full day in Tunisia awaits us tomorrow. Exploring the city centre and perhaps just enjoying the sun sounds good to me, as we look to get into wind down mode. Just over a week from now until we start to sail homewards, and leave ...
... with white chips which fleck them & one had an Egyptian symbol in the doorway.
After lunch at a beach restaurant we returned to the Hotel where we started our tour. On the way we passed through very fertile country & in one town an open air butchers’ shop with 2 camel heads & 2 camel legs on display. Buying meat in Tunisia is not the faint ...
... of virginity in marriage and we are sitting in the middle of his cafe in Tunisia and no one cares. This is mainly because no one really speaks english here, everything is french because of their history but this guy had no problem talking about sex and what society thinks of it from his point of view. This kinda blows my mind. Besides that it has been a normal day. We will see what tomorrow ...
... 1300. After I explained why I wasn't with the host family the night before we went to meet them. It is very welcoming family, One mother and two sons. The sons are 25 and 27. The younger one has a high school education and the older one is working on his masters degree in Finance. We walked around Marsla and went to al plaza for a little while and finished up the evening with spending with Othman's (the older brother) friends. It made for a relaxing ...
... give us the occasional thumbs up. It was so awesome to see the smiles on their faces, and I hope that we were able to brighten their day or give them a story to tell their families at the dinner table.
I also enjoyed the fact that the Tunisians would always try and guess our nationalities while we were walking around the various towns. Surprisingly, several times I was asked if I was Tunisian or if ...