Hotel Les Ambassadeurs
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... factories earn £300 month. All the products are shipped off shore and sold for a lot in Western Countries. Hunonion said the locals can not buy any of the products for a cheaper rate. They must purchase the jeans from a department store which reimports the jeans back to Africa. Hunonion said the community acknowledge they are used as slave labour to produce jeans which are sold for extravagant prices but appreciate having work. Hunonion pointed out ...
... hot?' Back here after 1650.
Dumped the camera stuff and went for a large espresso with Tony at a new location. Not sure if the grand size was better value for money [probably so] but certainly more than the normal two sips.
Headed to a roasted chicken spot Tony had found in his meanderings. We stumbled through our French to each get a quarter-chicken plate with salad, fries and some olives, plus a litre of water. The obligatory bread appeared. The ...
... in Place Jan 14, 2011.
Circling around the roundabout, I came upon some barbed wire. I was walking where I was not supposed to. Another later park area was blocked off with barbed wire.
I went down the road the hotel guy suggested and saw in the distance what likely is the train station but must do some checking thereon plus re train times to Sousse.
Going to be blog up, alarm clock set and crash by 2200, hoping to turn a page tomorrow.
... herds and figured out that to buy. The price? Well one fellow told me that the sheep in front of me (which by the way followed me back to the car and had a kind of rescue me look to him) would sell for 300 dinar (about $180 USD). Yikes. You better like lamb!
We finally arrived in Bulla Regia around 3:00 and fortunately, we had a bit of cloud cover to break up the heat. (Also we were a little higher than sea level so it was a tad bit cooler.) The first thing I noticed ...
... there, many things were closed.
I suppose the best thing about Tunisia was the people. After all of the rotten experiences I had in Morocco with the relentless touts and scammers, it was nice to see that not all of the countries in northern Africa are the same. There were a few attempts at scamming me when I was approached on the street with the 'I know ...