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... in his home. I sat on a mattress in a large and open room that had the feeling of an Islamic Study Center. I felt a bit uncomfortable here. But, that usually meant I was going to have a memorable experience.
-----My host was, in fact, an "imam" who'd given speeches on Islam in France, Germany, Pakistan, India, etc. One man in Kerouan would tell me, I was so lucky to be able to spend a night with him.
-----Mr. Idriss' four sons entered the study center. Two ...
We walked to Carthage's military harbour, inward from the commercial harbour. In the distant left was the de-consecrated Cathedral of St Louis [IX]. The world's seemingly smallest museum held replications of the Punic harbour and the later Roman harbour.
A slipway has been reconstructed. Carthage was about half way between Tyre and its Spanish mining interests. Carthage means 'new town'.
We reached the WHS portion of Carthage by 1115. ...
... do mean magnificent, structure. I initially did a once around the arena area (a little spooky to think this was where so many met their fate), and then began to climb the myriad of staircases and walkways to take in just about every angle and every sight line in the place. At one point some little British kid kept yelling “bring out the gladiators … bring out the lions”. I had the sudden urge to sit down and either give a thumbs up or a thumbs down. Instead I just ...
... that sells refreshing mint tea, so we are forced to quench our thirst from a can.
We're flying back to London Gatwick on a charter flight TOM 353 which is scheduled to depart at 12:05 and arrive at 15:10. Insha'Allah.
We enter the complex through a forecourt and explore the colonnaded courtyard, the walls of which have maginificent tile decorations.
Our nest stop is the Great Mosque of Kairouan.
Great Mosque of Kairouan
Also known as the Great Mosque of Sidi-Uqba it was established by the Arab general Uqba ibn Nafi in 670 AD at the founding of the city of Kairouan. The mosque occupies a surface area of 9,000 ...