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... into the desert on sand blown roads and dodging a rogue tumbleweed, we came to the largest salt pan in any desert in the world. 360 degrees of pinky beige silence. The dusty Africa Twin looked perfectly at home in its natural habitat. After a few minutes of solace in the desert, we looked at each other and, nodding in silent acknowledgment, turned the bike around and started on the long road home (through Italy, France, Monaco and finally Spain). Our road ...
... really, walled] to limit rain damage. In 1969, Matmata was destroyed after three straight weeks of rain. The government offered to move people to New Matmata, trying to get nomadic people to settle in cities with modern facilities in the process. Prior to tourism, the road was only dirt.
Noubi was giving information and especially the Dumb *****es aka Helen of Troy and Wo(Man) were nattering away. The New Mexican bore started his two cents' worth and I stated firmly ...
"Are you a Muslim?"
-----Tunisia's national guard was detaining me for the second time in three days, and I sat inside their office building. They had some questions for me.
-----"No," I answered the first.
-----"Did you go to the mosque this morning?"
-----These guys must've been gathering information on me. "No." I corrected them. "I went to a mosque last night. But, I didn't pray."
-----Hmmm. A guy who goes to the mosque but says ...
... I considered all this to be a violation of my privacy.
-----"When countries are defensive, there's no room for humanism." - Prema from Rymarov
-----I'd been told, by Nourredine, there was going to be a general strike in Metlaoui the next day. There'd been a lot of strikes in Tunisia since the revolution.
-----But, Tunisia had escaped the bloody, post-revolution chaos that continued to terrorize Libya, Egypt, Syria. Tunisians liked to ...
... as it rose to 30m in some places as it traversed its route.
The countryside is very green with apparently endless lines of olive groves mostly well tended & sometimes interspersed with fruit trees or occasionally vegetable patches. Otherwise there are fields of grain or sheep grazing on vacant land. The villages are all have many cafes full of men of all ages sitting around, other shops & very few ...