Hotel Residence Karim

Ave Abdulkacem Chebbi , Tozeur, Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ave Abdulkacem Chebbi , Tozeur.
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    Travel Blogs from Tozeur

    SOME MUD AND SOME CAMEL MEAT

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 24, 2014

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    ... golf course is recycled from that used for tourism.

    Tozeur is noted for a particular sun baked brick. We hit the town before 1130, stopping for those who needed a cambio. Dunno why we even made such a stop, the rate given by hotels being reasonable and even more importantly saving the group time. I think I've got enough to get me through with a quarter chicken dinner or two for the evening repast.

    Cora wanted some Xmas decorations. I suggested the holiday is not ...

    THE "OASIS" CONCLUSION

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Mar 08, 2014

    ... of Nefta and Tozeur was a village whose original inhabitants were neither Muslim nor Jew. They believed in The Force. And they included people like Luke Skywalker. This village had been made for the shooting of Hollywood's famous "Star Wars" films. I loved those films.
    -----It was possible in 2014 to walk on "Star Wars" streets through a village of thirty houses. Houses made from geometrical moon shapes: square buildings with spherical moon ...

    OASIS

    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Mar 05, 2014

    ... god and Mohammed (not the baby) was God's prophet. I refused. Why? "Parce que je crois pas ca." (Because I don't believe that.)
    -----This confrontation of wills was stressful for me. But, Haikl gave me a friendly smile and said, "That's okay. Like you say, Justin, maybe some day we'll have the same religion. I'll meet you in the mosque."
    -----In the mosque, the "imam" was lecturing to twenty robed and bearded men. Haikl translated for me: ...

    Tunisia

    A travel blog entry by matt81 on Mar 19, 2013

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    ... with money. It is just a thing, a means to
    live. It comes and it goes. This place is very pure and warm and I will write well about it. So much good food, and generosity makes me want to be a better person, with some spiritual code, something to live by other than my own moral set. A common courtesy, no cycnicism or sarcasm, just a pure good about them, a simple life, for which we should all strive. We have it ...

    Mountain oasis

    A travel blog entry by tonyhudson on Aug 04, 2012

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    ... few miles from the border with Algeria. Surrounded by dry and arid desert the steep-sided ravines the rugged rocks of Chebika are all the more dramatic.

    Gorgeous gorge
    The gorge is indeed gorgeous and easily accessible with stepped terraces. We follow the course of the stream which leads to a beautiful blue pool of water fed by a waterfall. Along ...