Jugurtha Palace

Address: Sidi Ahmed Zarroug- B.P. 10, Gafsa, 2100 , Tunisia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Sidi Ahmed Zarroug- B.P. 10, Gafsa, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Gafsa

    Hump Day!

    A travel blog entry by fais4 on Dec 28, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and had a fabulous late night feast at the El Mouradi restaurant. The buffet gave us the true African cuisine meal of "Shisa Nyama" (BBQ meat and porridge) and "Piri Piri Chicken." It couldn't have been a greater way to experience a form of African transportation and food as we went up to our rooms and tried to get a good night rest for another long day of traveling to Bangalore, India. ...

    The Sahara Desert

    A travel blog entry by paulandjess on Dec 24, 2014

    1 comment, 50 photos

    ... into the desert on sand blown roads and dodging a rogue tumbleweed, we came to the largest salt pan in any desert in the world. 360 degrees of pinky beige silence. The dusty Africa Twin looked perfectly at home in its natural habitat. After a few minutes of solace in the desert, we looked at each other and, nodding in silent acknowledgment, turned the bike around and started on the long road home (through Italy, France, Monaco and finally Spain). Our road ...

    Lost in the Medina and other such Tales

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Nov 24, 2014

    49 photos

    ... up another salad and took it to their table. This was the beginning of an interesting evening.  Laid, Joseph, Fatima and Laila were on holidays and letting their hair down.  Even though dinner was finished, there was still food to be eaten.  We were force fed cheese, salami, bread, olives, wine and more wine then yoghurt, it was never ending.  Algerian hospitality is generous to the extreme.  After eating we danced then ate and drank some more ...

    Sahara Bound

    A travel blog entry by grant_julie on Nov 18, 2014

    1 comment, 74 photos

    ... getting hot and sweaty and the smell of body odour infiltrated our nostrils.

    As the crowd grew restless; there were shouts in Italian and Arabic, questioning the waiting, it was now 10:30 and pleas for people with vehicles to be allowed to go to the vehicle decks went ignored.

    The rope barrier was finally lifted to the cheer of the crowd and the push began in earnest. The crush was increased by impatience. Traffic ...


    A travel blog entry by modernoddyseus on Mar 02, 2014

    5 photos

    ... young men helping me wore a fuzzy black robe called a "kadron". It was worn by religious men. This man and his friend, who wore Western clothes, instructed me to repeat something after them in Arabic. I recognized the words, "Allah" (God) and "El-Nabi" (The Prophet). Certainly, they wanted me to profess that Allah was the only god and Mohammed was His prophet. They were trying to trick me into believing in their religion?
    -----They went to the mosque, and ...