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... smells a bit like home, to be honest. All this certainly is a sight, but I grew tired quickly and preferred if we continued onto our journey and hurried our way, leaving no area for chit chat.
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-- http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/isl am/architecture/kairouan.htm
-- https://www.khanacademy.org/humanities/ art-islam/islamic-art-early/a/the-great -mosque-of-kairouan
... is situated near the Mediterranean our diet consisted of olive oil, wheat and wine. Islam forbade us to eat pork so people stopped owning pigs and decided to own goats and sheep. Can you believe it, they have oranges?! They started growing more citrus fruit due to trade with China and India. I was able to taste sweet fruit that was quite sour at first but so fresh tasting. I was eating mostly simple meals for this was stark contrast to a burger in present day for which i crave immensley
... that Jesus had a beard, but Moses had no beard. Mohammed had a slightly gray beard, and long hair shorter than mine. When he smiled, the sun shone from his mouth.
-----What did he say? I asked.
-----Mr. Idriss said, he recited "surahs" (verses from the Koran). "Jameel!" he said. (Beautiful!)
-----My host insisted on speaking classical Arabic to me, instead of the Tunisian dialect. He said "jameel" instead of "mezyan". "Zawja" (Wife) instead of "mert". ...
... Robert. It is always nice to hear about prospective countries or area, in this case Iceland and western Africa, respectively.
Off to the Carthage Museum. It is relatively modest in displays over its two floors but it was worth a look and some photographs. Saw Tony inside and decided to go to the cathedral. Omar gave me a small bag of Lay's potato chips he'd brought from Georgia.
There is a service to deconsecrate a church. The venue is now a cultural ...
... to the seating areas. There were also two large arched passageways leading from the arena to the area where the lions were kept. In addition, there are two tiny stairwells that led to underground rooms where the gladiators and the wretched individuals who would be thrust into the arena were kept awaiting their fate.
After about an hour of driving we made the turnoff to El-Jem, and drove down the tiny narrow road in the dusty town. As we came around a bend in the road, I could ...