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... his roof making an escape more difficult. Micky is a nut for Roman mosaics. She thought she had died and gone to heaven in the Bardo museum which features the world's greatest collection. Room after room of gigantic intricate mosaics lifted from the floors of Tunisia's Roman ruins. Our very comfortable stay in Tunis was topped off by an amazing dinner hosted by our air bnb hosts. We could not have ...
... soccer ball caps.
The presence of the electrical trains indicated the southeastern suburbs of Tunis. Suburbs mean more traffic.
It's a nice day but the local dudes are dressed in at minimum long sleeved shirts, possibly a sweater and worst of all some with a heavy winter coat. These guys must be cold blooded.
Back at the hotel by 1515 100 TD. Tony might use Ezz again for his further nights in Tunis.
Checked in. Flying solo at ...
... immediately made a call and two minutes later we were off to what Hassan said was the perfect restaurant. (Yay for him. This was much different than my guide in Cairo, Ashraf, who refused to take me to a restaurant somewhere else and instead stuck me with a ****** buffet in a tourist hotel. I was ****** at him for the rest of the day.)
Anyway fifteen minutes later I found myself in the little town of La Goulette at tiny local seafood restaurant. The owner came out ...
... deal of energy was wasted on anxiety!! A valium calmed that!
The ferry was dominated by single men of all ages returning from having been working in Italy, and some families also returning. Cars loaded with improbable piles of household goods on their roofs had formed a large part of the vehicle contingency loaded aboard. The ferry chairs were frequently broken or missing the seats where people had removed them to ...
... We were going to London after Tunisia anyway and after a quick internet scan there was a flight leaving for London in 10 hours, so in just a couple of key strokes we had our exit tickets. This was the first time we had bailed out of a country earlier than planned so I was a little concerned that we'd regret a rash decision but after a cab driver, arranged for by the hotel at a fixed price, tried to triple the rate as we drove to the airport (I quickly ...