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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 ...
... day. However, at the time we were just pleased that we did get at least the opportunity to visit the famous city and while Mohammad was having a meal, we had an hour or so to wander along the main street and take in some rather interesting, and somewhat quirky sites of Kairouan city.
Makroudh is a speciality sweetmeat of Kairouan. Comprising a buttery oatmeal roll stuffed with chopped dates, the sweet is cooked in a pan then bathed in ...
... 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 ...
... and include up to a 4H wait. One cannot get nearer to the site than a mile and it will take some 2H to visit the site itself. The trip will start from the Hotel El Pacha.
Went along Avenue Habib Bourguiba looking for a cambio/foreign currency exchange. By this time they were all closed, banks too. Said farewell to Tony. We will rendezvous at 0840 tomorrow at his/soon to be my hotel. We should be back at 1700, the group meeting at 1800.
Back to work on the ...