Hotel Djerba Haroun
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Tuesday 23rd April
This morning we visited the island of Djerba linked to the mainland by a 7k causeway across a shallow stretch of sea. The island is very low (15m max) & has many scattered houses between what were the oldest olive trees we have ever seen as with most Tunisian dwellings most under construction or semi derelict. The women here where quite distinctive clothes in the form of white tunic dress ...
... 25 euro per person
Flamingo island trip: 19 euro
Excursions to the desert: from 1 to 8 days it depends on your holidays and choice
Camels and Horses ride
And many other activities to discoevr on our website: www.djerbatourisme.com.
We make friends not customers <3 <3 <3
... br> With the heat a constant companion the only options are sitting in the room in the shade, or lying in the sea. But no complaints about that.
The crew went out for dinner the night we arrived, and Chezzy decided to treat himself before he headed back to London. As in his words "we are in smelling distance of the sea" it is therefore considered appropriate to have a cocktail. So Chezzy ...
... a camel or horse. By the conclusion of the tour, I (and everyone else) was coated with a thin venire of sand, my hair was matted from dirt as if I had plastered it with hairspray, and I could feel the grittiness of sand in my mouth.
Jerba was a nice place for us to relax for a few days and do a whole lot of nothing, but I would not make it a future vacation destination.
... under the stars. We could not have planned this better. We cooked a nice meal, drank the last of our booze (which included a bottle of Moet champers!!), quite a treat. We went to bed exhausted after a long day........and then........ Cape Towns south-easter struck in Tunisia. About a hour after we went to bed the wind picked up, and we were forced to abandon ship, and take the tent down. Needless to say, we slept in the car, it was a long night!!!
More pics on next post..
- Swimming pool
- Room service