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... I decided to see what the Couch Surfing scene was like in Tunis. It turned out that at the time I would be there, a group of CS'ers were off on one of their monthly weekend trips away to another part of the country. I joined the event online and set off on my way. I landed fairly late at night and jumped into a taxi to a hotel I had read about. Getting a taxi in any foreign country is often a challenge. We've all heard horror stories about being ripped off, taken the long way ...
... Barcelone, it's a short walk from the station to the Avenue Habib Bourguiba, which is the central thoroughfare of Tunis. Often compared to the Champs-Élysées in Paris, the avenue is lined with trees and has shops and cafes on both sides.
The last time we were here was in January 1986, some 26 years ago, when we visited with Abdul Karim and his wife Leila. We'd met over dinner at the hotel we were staying ...
... wow, I recognize that" was often followed by a quick "but they didn't show that in the picture". So often the magnificent door would be attached to a building that was falling apart, or the great view would be along side a dead cat or dead bird. (yes... We have had the 'mommy, is that really dead conversation). Now that I have recognized this pattern, I will try to take a couple of photos for you to see what I ...
... the hill, museum, saw a church (not from Carthage times), ruins, then short ride to Roman Baths, wandered round these and then to lunch via a quite impressive Roman pipe system. Again, this was rushed and more time could easily have been spent.
After lunch (in another mass tourist restaurant) we went to Sidi Bou Said which has lots of pretty blue and white houses ...
... this is all in Frenglish a mixture of the four or so French words I know and the 10 or so English words the taxi driver knew). ‘But you have all the bags, and Tunisian taxis are meant to carry only three passengers and you are four people so you should have two cabs, so ten dinar’. I was in a bind because I only had notes. We eventually agreed on seven but I have to say that at this point Tunisia was not looking all that ...