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... for Mohammed's Koran were Mohammed's feelings of guilt. This great and humble man considered himself unworthy of the good things in life, unworthy of any life but a life lived in servitude. I believed he was familiar with the Christian idea of "original sin"; maybe he felt the judging Jewish God was right in His harshness?
-----And Mohammed believed the angel Gabriel sent him the Koran, a book repeating the other religion's stories and emphasizing God's ...
... of pepper and sausage in a reddish sauce. Dessert was a finely presented fruit dish.
It was Jane's birthday so Noubi arranged a birthday cake. It had lots of pistachio nuts in it. I happily had a second piece.
Got back to the hotel area c 2200. Noubi and I provided protection services for Omar and Cora to use ATM machines. Decided I'd pound away on the journal until 2300 and call it a day. Lots of noise outside including some fireworks for the country's birthday.
... and I am certain the women of the day did not have high heels … there is no way they would have made it a block on the stone street). The street led past a number of residences and the House of Neptune, which still contained the remnants of a number of mosaics and finally to the summer baths and the incredible Palestra of the Petronii, the gymnasium that had been built by the family Petronii in 225 AD. It was apparently a common practice in Thuburbo Majus for wealthy families ...
... is almost entirely composed of white marble slabs. In the centre there is an horizontal sundial to determine time for prayer.
The rainwater collector or impluvium, captures then filters rainwater in a central basin ,from here water flows into an underground cistern supported by seven meters high pillars. In the courtyard there are also several water wells.
The minaret, sited in the centre of the ...
Our taxi drops us outside the train station, Sousse Ville, and we make our way into the booking hall to buy our tickets. We are given the opportunity to demonstrate our inability to master a few words of Arabic but also that when we try to master the French language we murder it!
Well, I exaggerate slightly. Our command of the French language can't be that bad, we manage ...