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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    Yaba daba do

    A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 21, 2015

    8 photos

    ... t love the idea of JUMPING... It turned out that this version of jumping is the same activity that Kory had done while we were in Sfax with the caving club, except instead of going up and down the side of the building we used the a palm tree! We went through the basic safety procedures, geared up, and took turns using the ascender to climb up the ropes and rappel down. I enjoyed climbing up the rope more than the rappel down, but ...

    LONG ass day

    A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 20, 2015

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... it be best to retract our initial answer of NO for a number of reasons: 145 kms is a long day to be followed by another full day of cycling, we had an opportunity for a private city tour, everyone was eager to invest time with us, and we knew very little about the city Gabes. After our meal we joined back in with the group and humbly accepted the invite. This brought ear to ear grins and sparkles into faces. Kory and I looked at each other both agreeing we made the right ...

    Hump Day!

    A travel blog entry by fais4 on Dec 28, 2014

    7 photos

    After an exhausting morning of travel, the four musketeers were eager to start another continental journey in Tunis, Tunisia. Before we went off on another one of our expeditions, we had a great taste of African cuisine at the Tunis airport... Not! From the moment we stepped off the airport, this country was extremely different from any other country we have interacted with yet. ...

    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 ...


    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 ...