Hotel Thyna

Address: Angle rue Habib Maazoun place Marbourg Beb Bhar Sfax, Sfax, 3000, Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Angle rue Habib Maazoun place Marbourg Beb Bhar Sfax, Sfax, is near Qsiba.
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        Travel Blogs from Sfax

        Where does Ahmed live!!?

        A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 19, 2015

        1 comment, 4 photos

        Another pretty blah day, Kerkannah Island didn't have much to offer, and we both agreed we could have skipped the site. We went for a walk along the beach watching fishermen walk their boats into shore, returning with their morning catch. By noon it was time for us to pack up and cycle 26kms back to the ferry port. We ferry back to Sfax, stop for lunch and an Internet fix. Ahmed had offered for us to stay the night at his place again, also known as our ...

        18 Hours

        A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 17, 2015

        2 comments, 20 photos

        ... correctly, asking for a bit of clarification I confirm Ahmed did say jumping from roof to roof...I hesitantly follow our leader and watch as he launches himself from one platform to another. I feel like I am in a scene from the movie Aladdin and we are being chased by authorities. I play along with the idea disregarding the fact I am in a skirt. We scramble up domes, side walls, walk and balance along rooftop edges before we reach a high point where ...

        El Jem more like El Phlegm

        A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 16, 2015

        8 photos

        ... estimated to hold nearly thirty thousand people. The amphitheater tended to be used for entertainment purposes known as 'circus' shows with the arena holding gladiators, animals and theatrical scenery. Animals would be hoisted up by an elaborate lift system directly into the arena, these wild animasl would play a huge part in many of the shows, the more spectacular the show the higher the expectation next time. Crowds would scream "Bene lava!" ("wash yourself well in ...

        EL JEM

        A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 21, 2014

        8 photos

        ... odd smell of the room ie musty. Time to pack up and step outside. Down early, helping in getting the bags up. Omar gave me some Islamic prayer beads. Said I would use the beads to count the number of mustards Tony would buy on the trip [on his third mustard]. Suggested to Cora with the bonding of Omar and me I should sing 'He's still heavy, he's my brother'.

        Tony was ragging that it was time to leave and we weren't gone; linear thinking. We were off at 0831 ...

        Last Blog – Summing up

        A travel blog entry by wyalvin on Aug 31, 2011

        ... so for me, I really appreciate those Muslims who follow all those rules from their religion especially during Ramadan where they need to fast during day time. After fasting one day in Muslim day with the Tunisian, I have learnt to respect their culture and I understood that it is very hard for them as well to not drink or eat under the hot weather in the day. From that day onwards, I would hide myself whenever I want to drink in the street during Ramadan.