Hotel Royal Nozha

Address: Route Touristique El Merezka, Hammamet, 8050, Tunisia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Route Touristique El Merezka, Hammamet.
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      How VPN Enhances Internet Security while Traveling

      A travel blog entry by mistypearl on Nov 24, 2014

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      ... banker knows you through your IP address only. In fact, when they see credit card being used at far off location they may think that someone else other than the rightful owner is using the same.

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      Meeting with the Green Knight (continued)

      A travel blog entry by beccadevillier on Oct 31, 2013

      I did not want to share this, because I feel as though I dishonored by King by doing so, but the Green Knight asked me to stay and continue to celebrate the new year with him and I declined. I was frustrated, embarrassed, and in complete shock. I did not feel that I deserved to celebrate and have a good time. ...

      Testing You

      A travel blog entry by tanishayoung on Oct 31, 2013

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      ... was telling me about the sash and how it would keep me away. It belong to the Lord the whole. It was magical for him not me. After the act was pull on me I felt like a coward and embarrass. The Lord said we could be friends and his lady also. I was so embarrass I decided to go home where I live in ...

      /my Day of Reckoning?

      A travel blog entry by aaronkimble on Oct 30, 2013

      I await my fate in the woods, and out of nowhere I see him. The Green Knight makes his appearance. I as a honorable knight i am, owe up to my challenge ive taken. I knell down bare necked awaiting my fate. And with one huge swing of his ax the Knight hits his mark. Or so i thought, the knight barely cut my neck. But at the sight of my own blood as in a act of rage, ...

      A Sash, Worth Dying for.

      A travel blog entry by aaronkimble on Oct 30, 2013

      After the knight vanished, I am greeted by my Lord's lady. She tries to make her advances onto me but i honorably decline not wanting to dishonor my king, after turning down gifts such as gold rings, and lust she bestows onto me a green sash. A sash in which i posses i cannot die. Despite the honor that i lay in jeopardy I take the sash, hoping it can spare my life i love and cherish greaty. And with that i await my time to come; And thus my day has come.