Hotel La Maison-Blanche
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... would add such a long distance to our return to Tunis nor what we would possibly have time to see in the city. And it was still another 160 kilometers back to Tunis.
Kairouan, also known as al-Qayrawan is the capital of the Kairouan Governate and is located south of the famous city of Sousse and only 50 kilometers from the east coast. The city is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, housing a population of 570,559 people (2014 data).
... plain tired, a bit like the staff, with re-opened bottles of wine and stale finger food which looked like it had been left out from the day before.
We decided very quickly that morning to have breakfast in the main buffet area. It was very good with great variety and some wonderful Tunisian local foods. We particularly liked the vegetable dishes, especially the delicious medley of grilled green capsicum, eggplant and onions. And ...
... in her depiction as the Punic god Tanit. Test Pattern was one of several people just oblivious to other people taking pictures. S&S and Fashion Police were other usual suspects. Passing by the Summer Baths, Cora's camera gave up the ghost.
An extra 15M was given to see the site. John and I headed to an arch but it appeared there was less to see of it than originally thought. Cora was talking for a second time to a local chap while I was walking with Jane and John. ...
... covered arches. These medieval architects, Trav, knew what they were doing.
Tony wanted to see if there were any travel agencies outside the medina re Kerkuane. We ventured out on a street that was mostly a pedestrian area with the occasional vehicle trying to snake its way along. Pots and pans, candy, shoes, clothes: you name it and it was for sale. No luck on the Kerkuane front.
Some of the cats in the medina were not faring as well as their counterparts in ...
... his country, but I needed a break every now and then. So I knew getting into the car for the 200km trip to Dougga and Bulla Regia (and that would be each way) that I was in for a loooooong day of nonstop chatter.
Anyway, we set off on Sunday morning through the Tunisian streets and fortunately, Tunisia, like Morocco takes Sunday off unlike other Muslim countries. (The French influence at it again.) As a result, the streets were vacant save for the occasional ...