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... the extra company so Kory and I insisted that we pitch the tent up in his yard. After a great deal of convincing and having to be firmer than either Kory or I were comfortable with we set up our tent. Unsure if we had insulted him by not staying in his home we both agreed that it was to much for either of us to be sleeping in his living room with him, and his two daughters. Plus the fresh air and ocean waves were a totally bonus for us, people pay big bucks for their ocean view hotel ...
... had sent him an email before we left the port in Rome but we hadn't heard back from him yet..."Play it cool" Kory says to me, so we do. The customs agent asks us a few questions, glances at our passports stamps them and sends us on our way. Once through the kiosk we send our bikes and bags through an X-ray machine, passports are checked again, we walk another 20ft to sliding doors, "passports please", officer checks for stamps. We walk another 4ft, police officer "passports ...
... Note Brett bought a really great rug for our house at the rug flop here! We Laos then stopped for an unimpressive lunch on our way to the beautiful resort, seaside village of Sid Bou Said. This is famous for the vibrant blue and white structures of the entire town. Bought some cool hand of Fatima shaped appetizer ...
The wide open Place du Victoire with its lovely fountain and splendid Bab el Bhar was a very pleasant place to stroll. Well, that is until we noticed that the entire city centre was surrounded by razor wire covered portable barricades and a very strong military presence. Camouflaged tanks and heavily armoured military vehicles surrounded the streets and expressionless, serious armed military ...
Tuesday 16th April
Left the hotel at 7am on way to the first Roman site travelling down through the hills & forests on to a fertile plain. Chemtou was a town built around a marble quarry from which marble was shipped by river to all parts of the Roman Empire. A German group is working there excavating & there is a small theatre & an ...