Hotel Les Ambassadeurs
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... for John concluded good times in Tunisia with both of them.
Up to Tony's room to see his rather swish/large oasis. Gave him some leftover bananas and a bit of water. Borderline emotional saying goodbye to Tony. We usually met most mornings for brekkie. Our similar politically incorrect humour was a further bond. Suggested maybe we might be able to do Columbia and Venezuela together early next year.
A few things done in the room to ready for a quick getaway. Bed by 2230.
... 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 ...
... br> - - "Sico Sico" - the name of a cartoon donkey, who'd comedically been named for Tunisia's Islamic Party
- - I hoped to acquire all of these things, as well as a good name of my own for a donkey. And then, my "bheem" and I could walk all around this small North African country, to the edges of the Sahara. It was such a great idea.
- - I would search for my donkey in the countryside. But first, I wanted to visit a museum in ...
... eggs to a salad and stuffed calamari.)
Anyway, when the Briq arrived I ate it, but imagined the cholesterol count in my body going through the roof with each bite. The phyllo dough was fried to resemble the crunch of a potato chip and with the egg added on top, I am certain I had become a walking heart attack.
finished what I could not wanting to offend my hosts, but when the main course arrived I didn't know what to do. I was served wild boar (a local ...
... paying attention? I beeped through the metal detectors? I have dynamite taped to my body, I'm on fire? Anyone?
So we just walked through security and back. On return of Nats passport complete with Visa, we were told the price was actually only 30 Dinars. Cool. Win. Ironically, all that took way less time, than me just waiting in queue, visaless with thousands of others. Not because of strict customs officers, but just a slow pace, and perhaps ...