Hotel El Oumara

Address: 42 Bis, Rue Ali Dargouth, Tunis, 1000, Tunisia | Hotel
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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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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 19, 2014

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... guide takes her aside for some attire lessons. I would love to be in shorts in this weather but 'when in Rome' wins out, all the more so for a woman.

Can't find the stupid trip form so will fill out whatever info the guide wants. The meeting is at 0830, starting in the lobby and transferring somewhere in the hotel. Let's see what these Brits are like.

Noubi started by rambling; not a good omen. He told he was studied English and was thereby allowed a ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 16, 2014

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... southern section, the hawkers left behind. We figured we earned a break at the Cafe Aladin [local spelling] for the panoramic terrace. The mild winds were probably better than the view. My mint tea had peanuts in it for a twist 3 TD.

At the Bab El-Gharbi a chap pointed out this and that. We said we'd seen the sights he wanted to stress [not true but just to get rid of him]. What he really wanted to do was seemingly exchange six euros for Tunisian dinars as ...


A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Jan 23, 2014

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... stone bodies wore turbans for crowns. There were busts of other emperors, including Vitellius (69 A.D. to 69 A.D.) who had a fat and bald face.
- - And there were statues of mythological figures:
- - A strong, curly-bearded god - Jupiter? The Egyptian Goddess of Mysteries, Isis, with pigtail hair and a pretty face. A chaste Venus, Goddess of Love, covering her lower body with a sheet - her face innocent and scared. A ...

Roman Underground

A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 06, 2013

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... just outside of the villages were the herds of sheep literally everywhere. With the feast of Eid al Hadda only a week away, every family in Tunisia was on the hunt (so to speak) for a lamb to be ceremoniously sacrificed and served as the main course for the big day. It was fascinating to pass through the villages and see large free space areas turned into sheep markets. There were big sheep, small sheep, fat sheep and on and on. Men chatted with each other as they ...


A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Aug 13, 2013

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Ack! I forgot to update my last blog post. Have been back in Dubai for a few days and went straight back to work.

Not a lot to report on the small country of Tunisia. The capital, Tunis, has a staggering 90% of the population living in it. Needless to say it's a pretty crowded city. The old medina was fairly interesting, but with Ramadan still in effect while ...

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