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... The music of the legend gently wafted out the door and over us as we watched the hub bub of life in Douz.
Our bricks* arrived, piping hot with a wedge of lemon and the old man in the small shoe making shop next door saluted us with 'Bon Appétit'. We had not noticed him there, sitting on his short improvised stool, sorting through his leather collection.
‘Merci’ we replied and he quietly continued on with his work. He ...
... Tunisia (for Australians with Vehicle)
- Australians are required to purchase a visa prior to entry to Tunisia or at the border (port in this case). Vehicle Carnet is not required, however temporary import paperwork is.
ˇ At the port you will need to see the Chief of Immigration and present your arrival cards – one per person and one per vehicle (issued and completed on the ferry).
ˇ 30 Day Tunisian Visa ...
... humps. One got lost in the migration to Africa. From reading the guidebooks we feared a Coney Island scene of touts hustling touristas to their camels or motorized quads for a picture op day in the desert. None of that, perhaps because of a glut in tourism or the pending end of the season. In another few weeks desert travel for tourists is banned. A parched corps cooked in 125 degree heat would not be good for business. We are awakened by our man Friday, Ali, a ...
... second oasis was again in the hills & we walked along a rocky path along the creek to find another pool where the source was. On our return by another route we climbed up & had great views of the country & the small village en route. After lunch, back in Tozeur, we visited the old Medina which is quite small & then set off across the ...
... glimers of a new day appear. The path or track we are driving along isn't as bumpy as yesterday but we still hold on tight!
After an hour or so, it seems longer, we transfer to our coach and head towards the P16 to cross the Chott el-Djerid.
We stop on the roadside to look more closely at the Chott el-Djerid, a large salt lake, parts of which appear in various ...