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I suppose the best thing about Tunisia was the people. After all of the rotten experiences I had in Morocco with the relentless touts and scammers, it was nice to see that not all of the countries in northern Africa are the same. There were a few attempts at scamming me when I was approached on the street with the 'I know ...
... It is a heavily fortressed town in the center of the island, strategically located to look out for invaders. The narrow, quiet streets are simply wonderful! We shared a Maltese platter for lunch at a tiny local restaurant. Hugh had the tasty local beer, Cisk, and I had the local soft drink, Kimmie, which was absolutely dreadful. We visited the cathedral and its museum where there were many Durer woodcuts displayed. The ride back the ship was past the island on which St. Paul ...
Good grief. It's been a while, hasn't it guys? At least it feels like that to me. Since the last entry, I've left Sete, eventually made it to Marseille, kicked around and drank too much beer and then left the continent entirely, arriving in Tunis exhausted, filthy and desperate for a bed and a clean toilet, and the ability to sleep without hearing "papaaaaa!" every two minutes. Let's start at the beginning, shall we? A few days ago (I've lost all sense of what day it is) I got ...
... br> Our next journey took us across the Chotts. This is a huge saltpan area. Very flat, white and dry, with small lakes that are made red by the minerals in the water. Camels are about the only things that live in this area. It is a weird moon-like landscape that makes the long journey from Matmata north more interesting.
We stopped for two nights in Tozeur. We were very pleased that the tour included this area as it is one of the few places ...
We were in Tunis for 3 days, which we spent sightseeing at the Bardo Museum (statues and mosaics) and on a day trip to Carthage (more ruins) and to Sidi Ben Said (quaint tourist town). Now we are in Jerba, an island off the northwest coast of Tunisia. Jerba is a tourist resort island, and pretty much the only things to do here are sit by the pool or beach and go to the spa. It is a rough life.
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