Hotel Residence Karim
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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 ...
... was 150k away. Had to chuckle at purported toilet gradings at normal, comfortable and deluxe.
After the break we were in the governorate of Tozeur. Jane or Caroline tried to claim they were 'gentle English roses', also suggesting I had been 'too quiet' [after ripping into the DB's].
Five signed up for the caleche ride-the boring Yanks, John, Tony and I--so Noubi decided it was best to go to the hotel first, allowing those people to do their own thing. If the ...
... me Tunisia's language; he overflowed with happiness and friendliness. But, I just wanted to go home.
-----We finished the registration. We waved good-bye to the policemen, who where Haikl's friends. Haikl was calm and happy. Once we had returned to the comfort of his house, he told me:
-----"I love Christians, Jews, everyone. There isn't anyone on this Earth I have a problem with."
-----Now, he wanted to ask me a question. I could tell ...
... br> -----Omayma (7) - She liked to wear shirts and head-scarves decorated with blue garden designs. She ran around with neighborhood boys, and struck atheletic poses. She was like a superhero. She tried to keep Baby Mohammed from crying, with a worried look in her eyes. I would see her without her head-scarf once, and her charcoal hair caused her face to be dark and unrecognizable.
-----Meryam (8) - This girl had a round Asian face. She wore ...
... the Italian political system is exceedingly complex. In Tunisia, the last elections were about 80% fair according to my special source, but this is quite a stride compared to the apparent 10% fairness under the Dictator whose name I can’t remember.
My source, who runs and owns factories, also explained one of the problems of free speech after years of oppression: people want raises! Strikes are now rampant ...