Golden Tulip Sabri
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... and then go for a walk around the city. It's essentially a city built on top of a large rock carved out from a gorge which leads to spectacular views over the countryside. 2 men with terrible teeth asked me to snap photos of them and then go for dinner with them but they'd made the fatal error of mentioning visas early in the conversation. I politely refused in order to continue my walk and on the way back bumped into another chap called Anise, a PA who worked in ...
... A road marker pegged Tunis at 383k away. We were 80k from Sbeitla, the modern name for the Roman city of Sufatula.
Drought has plagued Tunisia. Habib Bourguiba institued a program of reservoirs as a countermeasure. Haven't actually seen one.
Noubi talks about the first president always in superlatives ie this 'great achievement' and whatnot. It reminds me, Jack, of the Explore guide in Cuba portraying everything Castro did as divinely ...
... below to the Rhumel River, including a modest waterfall. Our walk began from there, crossing three bridges [the first one being the Pont Sidi M'Cid; the last one, the Pont Sidi Rached], passing through a souk and taking an elevator ride to get to one of the bridges. We had police in civilian clothes for accompaniment. The country has to develop the habit of not littering.
I like to rib Rafiq about being cold. He said he is looking forward to my poems. He's in for ...
Reached Madaure at 1245. I opted not to put the jersey in the backpack so had nil warm to wear. It had started to rain so there went the nice outside picnic lunch. We ate inside, some sitting but most standing. Had 2/3 of my camembert and about the same of half a baguette, the other half donated to John [no thanks given]. A cat meowed for food and got some stuff.
A guide spoke French and Erwin translated. Madaure was very much a soldiers' town. ...
Missed from yesterday
--one of the older groups I've traveled with
--Erwin saying Algeria is not into tourism, something still new here ie Tony left the maid a tip on his pillow and she returned it as if he had made a mistake
--a beggar on the street last night after dinner
--bags should be safe in the lobby: 'we are Muslim, we don't steal'
Not a solid sleep but some in advance of John's alarm going off at 0430. Head under the ...