Hotel El Ksar
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... got a little teint. They had many cats living on the property and one little cat really liked our room, therefore she spent the night a couple times, She just came through the window at night, when we were sleeping.
One day we went to the next big city Sousse. The medina (historic city center) was amazing, all those little alleyways and ...
A beautiful race, with beautiful smiles, A North African adventure - a land which beguiles, The old & the new, everything intrigued me, But for Dani, she wanted familiarity. So, we played the 'men game' & wrote our Bucket List, Became very drunk and got stuck in a lift. 'You need to be more repellant,' concluded Dani one night, So by the end of the holiday, ...
DAY 17 … Wednesday, March 28th … At Sea
DAY 18 … Thursday, March 29th … Sousse, Tunisia
An interesting day strolling around the walled Medina. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
and it is easy to get lost in the maze of streets and come across souks (markets) with spices, vegetables, fish, etc., and then there ...
... is dead (sure he is), nice hotel i don't like the prostitutes much the guy looks like an idiot & the girl is a slag, not a hot slag, just a slag. anyway thats pretty much it erm.....
everyone is a northerner which is cool nice people but **** knows what there saying, but whiskey all day. DONE
Nach einem wunderschönen Sonnenaufgang sind wir heute mit dem Zug (Metro) nach Sousse gefahren (oder mehr geschaukelt). Für ca. 60 km braucht der Zug planmäßig 90 min.
Macht nichts, war trotzdem ein schönes Erlebnis.
In Sousse: das wildeste Markttreieben, obwohl der große Markt erst am Sonntag stattfindet. Wir haben beobachtet, Eindrücke gesammelt, in der Sonne gesessen...es war einfach schön!
Um 14:00 sind wir dann ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool