Yadis Ibn Khaldoun
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... planner in Bali, her husband is a photographer/videographer and she is counting down the days to her contract finishes in January. My massage was amazing and Mega helped relieve the tension in my hip. Unfortunately Toby booked a reflexology massage and wasn't aware the massage was not a full body massage. His masseuse was sick and coughed constantly. His day spa experience was not ...
... latter was important; the former, not so. The 'metro' was what we would call a tram or street car. It was packed. Tony said when Helen sat down there was space enough freed up for three people to stand. I am getting more of his politically incorrect humour as the trip wears on.
Barbed wire greeted us at the entry to the Bardo. Noubi was yapping outside the museum when we all wanted to go inside and get his portion of the tour over. It was already c 1445.
... bag. I waited for him before the final 'Customs' line. They wanted to confirm what money he had, as best as he could understand.
Then either Algerian crooks or Explore stupidity took over. We were asked about a money declaration form. I never got one nor did Tony. It was apparent without paying a $100.00 'fine' each we weren't going anywhere too fast. By this time it was some 45M to the expected departure.
Either we were fleeced or Explore did ...
... I dialed the other number and yay … someone picked up. The fellow advised me that the man was at the airport. He was hold an “Orange Tours” sign. What the hell? What is “Orange Tours”? I soon learned Orange Tours was the name of the local Tunisian agency where my guide worked, but why the heck wouldn't they have my name on a sign like everyone else in the world does when they are picking up someone?
Anyway, I soon found my guide Hassan ...
... wall. Our American doors usually open to an open space such a living room or in the newer homes dining area or receiving area. Their door opens to a wall to give the family privacy.
We traveled to the city of Sidi Bou Said, it was formerly called Jabal El-Manar. In the 12th century Sidi Bou Said established a sanctuary. Through the years Turkish governors and wealthy citizens built their homes establishing a city. In the 1920‘s, Rodolphe d’Erlanger ...