Hotel le Consul
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... and body hugging t-shirts.
We had spent about an hour in La Goulette, wandering around the rather tourist oriented shops of the township when to our delight we came across a large fresh fish market. As our readers would know, we just love visiting local shops and markets as for us, it provides a valuable insight into how the local people live and what they eat. The vendors were both welcoming and helpful, and seemed to enjoy ...
... We walked to the Bab Bahr, also known as the Gate of the Sea. Noubi noted there are two principal entries to the medina: the tourist route [Rue de la Kasbah] and that of the locals. We finally entered the medina at 1055. I told Cora today's tour would likely not get to the residential heart of the medina with great doors, kids playing, cats lounging and other great shots.
There are definitely more tourists today, courtesy of stupid cruise ships dumping their ...
... worth a photograph.
We returned to the station c 1805 to wait out the 1837 departure. The return leg seemingly is faster [wound up about the same]. Bought 1.5l of water for 0.8 TD, about $0.55 Cdn.
No seats on the return leg so stood for the trip. At one stage a host of customs' officials in what looked like soldier fatigues got on. We decided an initial Tunisian beer should await another night.
We will both see what luck we might ...
... the four Gospels, sheep drinking as faithful believers, and two houses symbolizing Bethlehem and Jerusalem.
- - When I paid attention, I noticed that some mosaics had been made in the 3rd or 4th century A.D. I guessed the mosaic with the Christian theme was made at a later time than the others.
- - There were mosaics depicting everyday life:
- - Men on horse-back hunted hares and boars in the forest, then made ...
... eggs to a salad and stuffed calamari.)
Anyway, when the Briq arrived I ate it, but imagined the cholesterol count in my body going through the roof with each bite. The phyllo dough was fried to resemble the crunch of a potato chip and with the egg added on top, I am certain I had become a walking heart attack.
finished what I could not wanting to offend my hosts, but when the main course arrived I didn't know what to do. I was served wild boar (a local ...