Yadis Ibn Khaldoun
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... my exercise therapy program and left Toby to enjoy the serenity of the gym. Ha ha everyday I complain about going to the gym. We have the same conflict every morning. I hate exercise, Toby loves it. I really appreciate Toby's commitment to going to the gym because I need the motivation. When I haven't been my hip seizes up, I know I need to go and I need to stop being difficult as it's ...
... century by the Arabs after they had captured Tunis. In 1535, the Spanish King Charles V built a fort which was later destroyed by the Ottomans who built a massive castle or kasbah. The name "La Goulette" derives from the French term for "gullet" or "throat" which describes the channel which connects Lake Tunis to the sea front. Today La Goulette is a major passenger port and terminal, well known for its tourism and fishing industries.
... time waiting around w/o any guarantee we'd find him.
Somehow as we exited the medina he was spied by somebody. Disorganization had reigned supreme so far. It was 1245 and we headed back down Avenue Habib Bourguiba for lunch. I knew any sit down repast was going to eat into Bardo time as we were supposed to be there at 1400 per the itinerary.
We went to the Le Capitole restaurant. I ordered a seafood pizza. No pizza in a pizza restaurant. I ordered ...
... with reception that check out is noon.
A bit of drizzle as Tony and I went walkabout. Shops were opening, items being organized for sidewalk vendors. If you could make eye contact, you could usually exchange pleasantries.
Some were more than happy to try to engage you in English, at times my fractured French being the better mode of discourse. Did not take alot of photographs due to the iffy weather conditions.
Up an alley, I saw a ...
... herds and figured out that to buy. The price? Well one fellow told me that the sheep in front of me (which by the way followed me back to the car and had a kind of rescue me look to him) would sell for 300 dinar (about $180 USD). Yikes. You better like lamb!
We finally arrived in Bulla Regia around 3:00 and fortunately, we had a bit of cloud cover to break up the heat. (Also we were a little higher than sea level so it was a tad bit cooler.) The first thing I noticed ...