Golf Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... way deeper into the mess of stalls and alleyways admiring the stonework on homes, the cobblestone streets and beautiful doorways! Such fun! We found local pizza/nan bread/wraps, roadside cookies, a fruit market...dates are in season right now and are they ever yummy. We bought a 1/2 kilo of fresh dates and immediately ripped into the bag stuffing our faces with the gooey sweet treats! We found a dingy busy restaurant along a side street that had a menu up on the wall and ...
... our stamps and off we go. There was more security trying to exit the ferry terminal than trying to get through customs. Funny operation.
We ride outside along the main road looking for an ATM, a corner store and a cell phone shop. If any of these were readily available it would make the transition much easier. We find a bank and get some money, after riding around in a few circles we aim to head for the airport get a map and phone card there...airports tend to be ...
... Note Brett bought a really great rug for our house at the rug flop here! We Laos then stopped for an unimpressive lunch on our way to the beautiful resort, seaside village of Sid Bou Said. This is famous for the vibrant blue and white structures of the entire town. Bought some cool hand of Fatima shaped appetizer ...
... his colleague was staying on in Tunis until the end of the medical conference. Again, it was good to see a friendly face - and a hot breakfast.
We spoke with Ms Fawzia about our coming day in the city of Tunis and she recommended that we catch a taxi to the Old City, then explore the medina and souks before a walk through the main city of Tunis. She did not know of any exhibitions relating to the 100th year anniversary of ...
... was an ancient mausoleum below the Roman city. One of the features was the 12 seater loo similar in design to one at Ephesus which was very well preserved. On our return to Tunis we passed vast vineyards with quite young vines & still everywhere flocks of sheep & the occasional small herds of cattle. We were back in the Tunisian hotel & are here for 2 ...