Chams El Hana
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... direction of Sousse. We crossed a new bridge completed by the Japanese. We were near the port area. Container boxes were a dime a dozen.
Good yapping at the back. John had been stationed in Trawna for a former bank [Cora works for CIBC downtown] so he had more than a passing familiarity with the city. I was taking the mickey out of him for trashing Tim Horton's coffee and Canuck wines, suggesting he must have actually been deported from Canada. He did agree ...
... he had “Dee bor a there is a tire factory. They make engine parts just to see if I was paying attention. But no such luck!
Anyway, a bit about Sousse. Sousse was a Phoenician trading post in the 4th century BC and one of the most important cities during the Carthagenian reign. Sousse later became the primary trading port in the 9th century for the Aglabid dynasty based in Kairouan.
Now Sousse, I soon found out, could not have been more different from Kairouan. As ...
... instance.) Anyway, I was immediately stopped and told I needed to have my head covered. Good grief! I know more about this than my Muslim guide.
I walked back to the car and Hatem immediately shook his head when I told him I needed my scarf. “I told him I needed my scarf Hatem.” “Yes you did.” I retrieved the scarf, put it on and walked back inside the mosque.
Now as mosques go, this was not the most physically beautiful mosque I have seen. It ...
After a walk back in time we decide that a journey back to the hotel by cab would be preferable to the land train. We don't have any problem finding a cab, sitting just outside the medina under the shade of a tree seems to be a sign that you need a cab!
It's interesting ...
... the importance of Sousse, as it had been renamed.
We buy our tickets for the mosque from a small booth in the square outside. As we enter the mosque one of the attendants kindly gives Sue and Grace a thawb like robe and a headscarf each.
The mosque is beautiful in its simplicity, apart from one or two of the faithful in the prayer hall opposite, the mosque is empty which brings a feeling of ...