Hotel Club Riadh
Travel Blogs from Nabeul
... pool areas and a private beach. There are bars dotted all around the place and plenty of sun beds.
After dinner we decided to investigate the entertainment - it was certainly interesting. There were semi-naked men playing with shards of glass, a bed of nails and swords. Did their mothers not teach them that those items are dangerous?!
After a long day,we called it a night!
... it, instead we took a touristic train which went around the city for an hour. To be honest, i wouldn't say the city is beautiful, the city is almost made by many high class hotels with high walls eracted around it and inside it is like a paradise with swimming pools, restaurants and troupical trees facing the beach.. So unless you are rich enough to rent a place in those hotel, then Hammamet would suddenly become a heaven to you. ...
... etc etc etc etc. Purely Tunisian people prior to tourists arrival local families on there way to work/school. The fish photos were surreal in the sense that i helped them unload and push to local market.
I go back/side streets off the beaten track sometimes scary but needless to say it adds to the photos! The ones with the cuddly lambs in i hated because after i took them, they were slaughtered, obviously i didn't ...
... then we walked round the Port, dad said it was like Southend.. Weather was nice though, sorts and T-shirt in October at night - swell.
Bed relatively early as we had sightseing to do next day.
Up at 7.30, to catch taxi (29DN) at 8.30 to Monastir, place where Monty Python was filmed. Spent a few hours here, looking round medina, masoleum of former president, beach paddling and mainly at Ribat. This took ...
... local cheeses for a dessert. Enjoyed every bite and actually started to feel sorry for ourselves having to leave the next day.
All in all a perfect relaxing day. I could really love that type of Tunisia - with loads of sun, relaxing atmosphere and with amazing food and drinks. Such a pity the beginning of our stay was so unfortunate (weather-wise), it would be a fabulous holiday if it wasn't for the bad weather we ...
- Swimming pool