Hotel El Oumara

Address: 42 Bis, Rue Ali Dargouth, Tunis, 1000, Tunisia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 42 Bis, Rue Ali Dargouth, Tunis, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Tunis

WHO NEEDS TO SHOP?

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 28, 2014

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... about $140 Cdn each. Other envelopes had gone around the bus earlier in the day. John shook his head how some people--like Wo(Man)--were scrutinizing the entries.

Everyone walked back. Tony and I both hate insincere goodbyes. Turned down Cora's offer of a tequila nightcap as it was already past 2200 and I was tired with a short sleep facing me. It would have been nice to say a proper au revoir to Jane and Caroline, the rest of them rather inconsequential. A hug for Cora and ...

A TRAIN TRIP TO SOUSSE

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 16, 2014

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... long for several things to be established. A scant few minutes revealed more tourists than we had seen in all of Algeria. The entry way we chose was through shops, itself unappealing, more so with constant invitations to visit.

Stuff is 'almost free' here. You get the impression you are being played when supposed handmade towels and the like are offered to you for 5, 2 and then 1 dinar [$0.70]. The tourist traffic is not large. It may be a slow time of ...

ROMANS IN NORTH AFRICA

A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jan 23, 2014

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... allowed you to attach bags to both sides of your "bheem"
- - "ljam" - a muzzle with a rope attached to it, which pulled on your donkey's tongue to make him move
- - "hjar" - a rope which you tied to a front leg and back leg of your "bheem" at night, with a third end tied to a stake in the ground, so that even if he freed himself from the stake he wouldn't be able to walk away very quickly
- - "shaair" - wheat
- - ...

Roman Underground

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 06, 2013

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... it was a briq. A briq is a local Tunisian “delicacy” made up of a fried phyllo dough shell stuffed with an egg (usually soft, but my was not) and any one of a variety of additions including tuna, onions, potatoes, capers and parsley. This briq had egg, tuna, parsley and potatoes. (Oh and about the parsley … for some reason Tunisians believe parsley is a vegetable and not a garnish. To date I have had parsley in everything from a breakfast omelet ...

A Weekend in Africa

A travel blog entry by tofor85 on Sep 20, 2013

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... keep our passport in exchange for a piece of paper/ authorisation to skip the customs queues, just walk through security me with my bag alongside Nat (and my passport, hypothetically allowing me free entry?) to go to an ATM inside the terminal, get money, and come back through the exit, past officials, custom officers and guards. OK then, here goes. It was baffling how little anyone cared. Want me to take my laptop out of the bag? No? Are ...

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