Hotel Les Ambassadeurs
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... styled women with dyed black dreadlocks and wearing skin tight jeans, boldly marching their way down the main street alongside stiff women in covered traditional dress and elderly men in dirty patched clothing winding along on ancient bicycles. A scene of almost absurd contradiction within a small snapshot of the Kairouan city society.
Indeed, Kairouan from what we saw did not look overly prosperous. Decaying buildings and dangerously ...
... boasts a population of around 650,000 (2013) and around 2.7 million in the surrounding greater urban area.
The main economy of the Tunis is that of tertiary industry. Products include textiles, carpets and olive oil. The city is the largest financial centre in Tunisia hosting the headquarters of 65% of the countries financial companies. Being regarded as one of the more stable Arab nations in northern Africa, tourism provides a ...
... liking cruising, the contrary position taken by Cora and yours truly.
The breakfast fare in Restaurant Le Calife was similar to that at Hotel Tiba save for some hot plate items [cold fried egg in the 'hot' plate] and halva, a nice sweet seen for the first time on this junket.
Probably saw the Brits ie the non-local faces. Not too many live wires expected from distant, first impressions. One gal with short hair is in shorts...in a Moslem country. I ...
... for merchants.
A day in the medina also revealed more begging by children than in all of Algeria. My favourite was a boy playing football/soccer and then coming up to me with an apparent sore arm, requesting five dinars. Ignored, he returned to the pitch.
We eventually found ourselves away from the commercial hassle and into the real medina. Most striking were [in no particular order] the number of well fed cats, the shades of blue trim and the ...
... from the ceiling but never reached the ground. The green, white, and gold arches ended at sharp points like tattooing needles.
- - The museum was in a Tunisian building from recent times. But, the items on display were from Tunisia's ancient Roman sites.
- - There were statues of Roman emperors:
- - Lucius Verus had a young face and curly fringe beard, Marcus Aurelius' face was older with more tired eyes and a bushy beard, ...