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... advantage of not actually having to enter Tunisia, i.e. It was outside passport control. We enjoyed the experience as the photos will attest and for the price of a couple of coffees we were also able to get wifi and catch up on the mail. The locals were very friendly and not at all pushy so we enjoyed the experience and the peace and quiet. As you can imagine being on a ship full of ...
... Encylopaedia Britannica describes the Aghlabid dynasty: "During the 9th century the brilliant Kairouan civilization evolved under their rule. The Aghlabid emirs maintained a splendid court, though at the cost of oppressive taxes; their public works for the conservation and distribution of water, however, contributed to the prosperity of a country that was on the whole peaceful. Their fleet was supreme in the central Mediterranean".
... of Tunisia. We had also hoped that there may have been an exhibition of Auguste Macke's paintings of Tunisia, given there was a memorial week of the 100 years since he and famous artist Paul Klee lived and painted their beautiful works in Tunis.
"Ahh, you are sooo lucky" she beamed. "You have a very, very good driver. He was the chosen driver for our diplomats and he speaks excellent English". Fawzia's enthusiasm was infectious and ...
... nor available menu. All got sorted. Had a pizza and espresso 8 TD, a cat happy to have some of my cheese. She was yapping back on the bus that she and Fashion Police both did not get a complimentary bottle of water. Her and S&S should engage in a cheapness debate.
Needled Jane about shopping going out the window. John and the SS Helen were talking musical groups. I suggested to Jane that 'Johnny and the Cheeseburgers' were the favourite group of the SS Helen, Jane ...
... on the terrace for a bit. Checked out the news and email. Downloaded the pix and sent the best of the five kids to the oldest boy. Pounded on the keys until after 1930, having to consider dinner soon.
Caught some BBC News and finished off a Quote-acrostic. Decided to bag dinner out, having some nibblies instead. Readied things for the hotel transfer tomorrow. May walk over on new roads to see more of the city.
Called it a day around 2200.