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... and we made our way back to Adel's home to find he had locked himself out. He had given us his only house key without thinking, oops. Earlier in the morning Kory and I had offered to take him out for dinner as a thank you for having us on such short notice. Looking forward to having some quality time with our new friend and getting to know him a bit better we were surprised when his girlfriend showed up and then announced that they were going to pick up his two daughters ...
... fluently enough to be able to crash a work party! But if we were able to we certainly would have! Another incentive to learn our second language!
Adel heads off to his party, I settle in, unpack a bit and dig out my book. It isn't long before 2030 rolls around and I feel my eyelids starting to get heavy! How is that even possible I wonder? I have just spent 21 hours on a ferry, 10 of which I slept solid?
Don't fight it I tell myself as I drift off into a dreamy ...
History and colors of Tunisia....Tunis is the capital city and we spent a great better part of the day walking thru souk market, perfume shop, seeing a carpet seller and also bussed over to the Bardo a fantastic museum of mosaics and collection found from Carthage. It was housed in an old 13 th century palace and was ...
... France which runs for a few blocks before it ends at the Place de la Victoire and the imposing Bab el Bahr (Port de France), the large standing gate which was once the entrance of the medina.
The old medina of Tunis covers about three square kilometers of the city centre at the rear of Lake Tunis. In the centre lies a beautiful mosque, the Zaytouna or Grand Mosque of Tunis.
We love markets and after two exhausting days ...
... of the area showing how the marble was mined & shipped.
We then drove south to Bulla Regia a Numidian then a Roman city with many underground houses. The Romans built their houses here with one storey underground for use in summer & the other above for winter use. The mosaics were very fine indeed in 3 of the houses & it was clear that it ...