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... Tony has to watch doing what he accused Nigel of doing: cutting in when somebody else has started to talk; the lad needs a trip to the woodshed tomorrow morning 25 TD.
The new Yanks are a mystery as they didn't dine with us. Cora will be easy going. Helen will be more of a handful. I can see her and Tony clashing on issues.
Back up for the usual triple of surfing, email and journal/blog. Going to crash by 2200 to try to catch up on some sleep.
Arabia, but Lawrence wasn't here, Tunisia is the smallest country in North Africa, squeezed between Algeria and Libya, but it still has 800 miles of Mediterranean coastline, The South is Saharan desert, but the north has a lot of rich arable lands. However, it doesn't have oil, and that shows. As a result of its two dictators following its independence from France in 1956, it is very moderate in its Islam, and its 2011 revolution overthrowing Zine ...
... immediately made a call and two minutes later we were off to what Hassan said was the perfect restaurant. (Yay for him. This was much different than my guide in Cairo, Ashraf, who refused to take me to a restaurant somewhere else and instead stuck me with a ****** buffet in a tourist hotel. I was ****** at him for the rest of the day.)
Anyway fifteen minutes later I found myself in the little town of La Goulette at tiny local seafood restaurant. The owner came out ...
... Dinar. I laughed and told him I saw him turn the meter off and that it had shown just 7 Dinar about 1km back. He still demanded 20 Dinar. I asked to show me the value on the meter. He pressed a few buttons and miraculously 27 Dinar appeared on the screen. Luckily travelling light I had my small bag with me on the seat so I grabbed it, calmly gave him 10 Dinar, opened the door and stepped out and into my hotel. The hotel was pretty run down but cost me an pretty pricey 65 Dinar. I ...
... it is Ramadan.
Our first stop, but only to take a photo, is the Roman Catholic Cathedral of St Vincent de Paul, the patron saint of charity.
Construction of the cathedral began in 1893 and it was opened at Christmas 1897. It draws on a variety of architectural styles including both Moorish and Gothic revival as well as Neo-Byzantine.
It is located in Place de ...